New Island Outcome Indicator chart
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Key to chart colour coding
Green - Time series trend is same as trend ambition
Amber - Time series trend is stable: ambition is to increase or decrease
Red - Time series trend is opposite to the ambition
Grey - Currently no data for the indicator
Light blue - Data due shortly
Year - choose a year to display on the chart - the RAG statuses will correspond
Trend Period - choose whether to analyse the trend over 3 years, 5 year or all data points prior to the year in question.
'Hover' your cursor over any of the individual tiles (no need to click) to get the time series pop-up window (please note it takes a couple of seconds for the window to pop-up).
Island Outcome Indicators: reasons for change
We have been working on a new method to present the Island Outcome Indicators.
The current tabular presentation of the Island Outcome Indicators using Clear Impact
shows data on 193 indicators, gives a detailed time series and commentary for each. However, Clear Impact struggles to describe how the Island is faring overall: is life in Jersey getting better or worse?
The new chart has 71 Indicators; but displays them all at once and gives each a
Red / Amber / Green (RAG) status. Each Indicator's RAG shows whether its trend is improving, stable or worsening. The Indicators aggregate, to give a RAG to each Outcome and Pillar. Hovering over an individual Indicator tile produces a pop-up window showing the Indicator's time series.
While the total number of Indicators in the new chart is reduced, the overall understanding of life in Jersey is enhanced.
We are running this new presentation in parallel with the original Clear Impact presentation for a period to gather user feedback; in due course we intend to turn off Clear Impact and use the new method only. If you have feedback, please email email@example.com