Our dashboard uses a sliding-style navigation. To move between the reports in this dashboard, either click on the tile you want to see or click the arrow buttons on the right and left.
Where you see drop-down lists, click the down arrow to view all items and select one category. The visualization will update immediately when you select an item, filtering the results by the item you chose.
As you view bar charts and line graphs, hover over bars, lines and points. You will see tooltips appear which will provide further details about the visualizationâ€™s comprising data.
Check the â€œDefinitionâ€ section of most reports for further description of the terms used in reports.
Our Alumni Survey report has multiple sections, please use the tabs along the top of the report to navigate through its sections.
This dashboard uses SAS Visual Analytics, a true analytics tool. SAS Visual Analytics uses dropdown menus to filter data by the item selected. To return to viewing all items in a visualization, you must clear the filter by selecting "Clear Filter" from the dropdown menu(s).
How to read this chart:
This sankey diagram shows the relationship between the academic college of a graduateâ€™s degree at Wayne State University, and the job sector in which they are employed during the years following their graduation.
Mouse / hover over the college on the left to highlight pathways to their employment sector on the right.
Mouse / hover over an employment sector on the right to highlight pathways from programsâ€™ college.
Mouse / hover over a pathway in the center to link college and employment sector.
The ribbon or â€œpathwayâ€ width is indicative of the number of PhDs following each path (from college to job sector). The ribbon color is a gradient starting with the academic college of the degree and leading to a color identifying the job sector.
Ribbons leading to â€œunknownâ€ segments of the chart represent the number of alums in each program for whom we were unable to find publically available employment data online or through the survey.