1. On the main navigation, choose account settings from the dropdown with your account name 2. Scroll to the bottom of the page, click the “Change password” link in the Account Details section 3. Enter the new password and confirm, then click “Save.”
1. To change the region, use the “edit” button located in the right-hand corner of the main navigation, this will take you into Region Selection. 2. To create a new region click the “New Region” button, a drop down menu will appear. This drop down displays the region levels you have available in your account – choose the type of region you’d like to create, let’s select a state level region. This does a few things: it changes the map to show the corresponding region level you’ve selected (state in this case) and it also create a “New State … Continued
The current year of the data displays in the right-hand corner of the main navigation. In the image below it is just above the orange circle denoting the “edit” button. To change the data year, use the “edit” button. The current data year is displayed (2013 in the image below), click the year or arrow to open the data year dropdown. Choose the data year you’d like and close the region selection window with the green x. The data year in the upper right corner will change to reflect the data year you have selected.
1. By default the system names your region “New Region”. If you’d like to rename your region to fit your research needs, you can change the name of your region. The edit name is located above the current selected region dropdown. 2. Clicking on the link will bring up this window – where you enter the new name for the region, clicking save closes the window and saves the new name of your region.
In data settings you can control the data version. Each version improves upon the past version by updating the site with most recent data published from our data providers. When reporting trends across years it is important that you utilize all years from the same version. Step 1 On the dashboard select data settings Step 2 This opens up the data settings window, select “data versions” from the tabs at the top of window. In the window below you can see 2015.2 is the data version currently selected.
1. To delete a region use the dropdown to chooses the region you’d like to delete, then click on the x icon that displays when you rollover the region. (Note: you can’t delete the region you have selected, also if you have only one region created in your saved regions- you will be unable to delete it) 2. This brings up a modal window confirming the deletion of the region, confirm and the selected region will be deleted from your account.
The Search feature will locate any alphanumeric entry in the table displayed.
If you have selected a region by mistake and need to delete it there are 2 ways to accomplish this: Click on the selected region on the map, and this will remove it from the list of selected regions Use the x located on the selected region, this will remove it from the list of selected regions Delete all selected regions If you need to delete all of the selected regions – use the “clear all” button – which will empty your region container.
Clicking on the Excel icon will download a spreadsheet for the data on the tab you are viewing. Depending on the browser, the download will either automatically start (appearing the bottom of the browser) or you will be prompted to choose a location for the download.
1. To change the region, use the “edit” button located in the right-hand corner of the main navigation, this will take you into Region Selection. 2. Use the map/search toggle on the map controls to select “search” 3. To create a new region click the “New Region” button, a dropdown will appear. This dropdown displays the region levels you have available in your account – choose the type of region you’d like to create, let’s select a state level region. This does a few things: it shows the corresponding regions in the dropdown(state in this case) that you … Continued
All columns in tables are sortable, by default tables are sorted by the first column. Click on the chosen column head to sort by descending order, and click again to sort by ascending order
What are invalid Zip Codes? ZIP Codes are postal codes used by the US Postal Service (USPS) to deliver mail. Although the majority of ZIP Codes do not change, the USPS can reallocate, add, or remove ZIP Codes to efficiently plan better delivery routes for quicker mail delivery. Periodically throughout the year, the CVSuite will sync our ZIP Codes with the latest ZIP Codes from the USPS and EMSI. Some users may have ZIP Codes as part of their permissions and existing regions that are no longer supported by the USPS. When CVSuite updates our ZIP Code region, we will automatically … Continued
Step 1 Go to the Dashboard and click CVI Value. Step 2 On CVI Value page, select “Calculate a new CVI Value.” Step 3 Step 2 opens a new window that allows you to define the two regions you’d like to compare. There are two ways to choose a region: from an existing “saved region” that you have previously created in region selection or select “new region” to choose a single area* from those that are available to you at your subscription level. First define the region of focus. In this example we are choosing from saved regions. *Note: If … Continued
Create a ZIP Code Region ZIP Codes are very small and can be difficult to select on a map. Selecting them via search or multi-select can also be very tedious if you have more than 10. CVSuite offers the ability to create a ZIP Code region by copy and pasting ZIP Codes from a list. Here is how it works. Step-by-step In region selection, add a new ZIP Code region. You can also use this feature to add ZIP Codes to an existing region. click the “Paste data from spreadsheet” link. Copy and paste your list of ZIP … Continued
To get to the reporting page use the link in the main navigation called “Reporting” It takes the page a moment to load while your data is populating the report. Use the download button and the PDF will open in another window. Use the download controls in your browser to download your report.
Data Settings allow you to customize the occupational and industry data you would like to see throughout the site. What Data Settings can I Change? The CVSuite allows for the inclusion or exclusion of NAICS and SOC codes and class of worker in the data seen throughout the site. As of April 1, 2015 data versioning can also be changed. Default Data Settings The CVSuite contains 97 industries (by NAICS code) total and by default 72 NAICS codes are selected. The CVSuite contains 85 occupations (by SOC code) total and by default 59 SOC codes are selected. The default for class of worker … Continued
What data is on granting map – Granting Map shows your state’s Final Descriptive Reporting data, as submitted to the National Endowment for the Arts. When first visiting the granting map, you will see the region selected displayed on the map – if your region consists of more than one selected region, the map displays all of the regions. There are instances in which all regions in the region selected may not have granting data available. In this case the map will only show the areas in which granting data is available. Scrolling down on the page to the table – you can see the … Continued
The tool displays award amount by actual dollar value.The granting map shows award amounts by specific geographies. The coloring, or choropleth on the map allows for a quick understanding of which geographies have the greatest award amount. The darker the color of a geography the more grant money the area has. The coloring of the geographies on the map is relative to the data displayed on the map, and not absolute value. For example if you are viewing a single county in this example, Dane County, WI, on the map it will appear as the darkest color with the greatest … Continued
The region level dropdown allows for exploration of granting data by different types of geographies. Region selected, is the region you have selected for the rest of the tool. State, county, zip code and MSA are available as well as congressional district. The congressional districts are updated yearly, so when seeing an older data year, please keep in mind the districts are specific to the most current year. You can find more details about this subject on our map tiles page.
There are two different controls that allow customization of the granting map. Once making a selection from the dropdown use the “apply” button to submit the change. Region Level: show granting data by region selected, state, county, MSA or congressional district Year: available years of data (only changes data on the map, not throughout the tool)
The region selection area of the site allows for creation of user-defined regions that contain one or more geographies. Regions can be selected in two different ways: by directly selecting regions on a map, or by using the search feature, which allows for alphanumeric-specific searches or viewing lists of the regions the user has access to. Keep in mind that the CV™Suite currently does not allow for direct comparison in the tool, data for selected regions will be aggregated together.
When signing up for the CV™Suite, you select the regions you want to include in your account. If you are interested in expanding or changing the regions you have access to, please contact us directly at 303-629-1166 and we can assist you in adding regions.
The current region and year of the data displays in the right-hand corner of the main navigation. For your first visit to the tool, we have preset a region. To change the region, use the “edit” button to enter Region Selection. The current region is displayed in the dropdown where “Denver Counties – county level” is shown. Below in the section titled “Selected Counties,” it shows that Broomfield, Denver, and Adams counties are the counties making up the user-defined region titled “Denver Counties.”