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Anomalous Data

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From the Analytics Reports page, you can view a Anomalous Data report. To view:

  1. Click the hyperlink of the Name field to view the Anomalous Data report
  2. Click to exclude the attribute from the report. Click to include the attribute in the report.
    NOTE: No attributes are included in the report by default.
  3. Click the Show Removed checkbox to show excluded attributes. Unclick the Show Removed checkbox to hide excluded attributes.
  4. Enter the percentages for the RAG thresholds. Click the Update button to save the RAG thresholds.
  5. Click the hyperlink of the Anomalous Records field to filter the Assets table
    1. The selected attribute is displayed in the heading
    2. Click to clear the selected attribute
  6. Click the hyperlink of the Acceptable Values field to define the acceptable values for the attribute
    1. All values are included for each attribute by default
    2. The number of selected values is displayed when acceptable values are defined

Acceptable Values

From the Anomalous Data tab, you can assign assets to a wave. To assign:

  1. Click the hyperlink of the Acceptable Values field to bring up the Acceptable Values for Attribute dialog
  2. Click the Populate from Data button to populate the acceptable values from the existing attribute values. Enter a value and click to manually add an acceptable value. Click to delete an acceptable value. Click the Clear List button to delete all acceptable values. Enter a regular expression to match acceptable values based on a pattern. Click the Update button to save the acceptable values. Click the Close button to cancel the operation.
Regular Expressions

See Regular Expressions Overview for details on the syntax for regular expressions. Regular expressions entered as acceptable values must be bracketed by slashes (e.g., /Regular Expression Goes Here/). The following table outlines regular expression examples.

Example Description
/Windows\s/ Match all Operating Systems that start with ‘Windows’ and are followed by a space (e.g., Windows 10, Windows 11).
/PO[0-9][0-9][0-9][0-9][0-9]/ Match all Purchase Orders that start with ‘PO’ and are followed by a five digit number (e.g., PO98312).
/ThinkPad\s[A-Za-z0-9]+/ Match all Computer Models that start with ‘ThinkPad’ and are followed by a space and an alphanumeric sequence (e.g., ThinkPad T550).


The Assets tab provides the ability to manage assets in the analytics report.

Available operations:

  • View assets in the analytics report
    • Columns available depend on what is defined for the asset type
  • View the properties of assets by clicking the hyperlink of the Name field
  • Edit assets by selecting an asset (row) and clicking the Edit Asset button on the toolbar
  • Edit assets in bulk by clicking the Bulk Edit button on the toolbar
  • Assign linked assets to a wave
    • Select all assets (rows) on the page by clicking the Select All button on the toolbar
  • You can also change the number of visible rows in the table, view full screen, set column visibility, export to CSV or Excel, refresh the table and search for text

Assign to Wave

From the Assets tab, you can assign assets to a wave. To assign:

  1. Select one or more assets (rows) to assign to a wave
  2. Click the Assign to Wave button on the toolbar to bring up the Assign Assets to Wave dialog

    1. The assign button is grayed out unless an asset (row) is selected

    2. The assign function is only available to users in the Administrator and Regular User security groups
  3. Select the waves that you want to assign to from the Waves drop down and then click the Assign button. Click the Close button to cancel the operation.