At the moment, the Esploro Researcher subject area > Asset Dates has nearly all dates except "Date Presented", which is only in the Esploro Research Assets subject area.
This means that if we need to produce a report that includes the dates of our assets, we need to use the Researcher subject area instead of the Research Assets subject area. Alternatively, we need to manually add the date for any 'date presented' assets.
It would be good if the dates were the same in each of the subject areas allowing for more flexibility in reporting.12 votes
Currently, there is no way to report on the duration field, either through Analytics or via advanced search. It would be good to be able to report on this field, seeing as you are able to input data into this field.
There are also other fields that are not yet visible in Analytics. Pages is one example. All fields that are able to have data inputed via the Esploro UI should be reportable via Analytics.11 votes
Analytics should normalize publication titles to cluster article in the same journal more effectively
Analytics currently considers capitalization variants as different for publication titles, and does not disregard initial articles. After a CDI migration in early December, we have both "American Journal of Psychiatry" and "The American journal of psychiatry". We have also gotten both "Gynecologic Oncology" and "Gynecologic oncology" and we have "PloS one" as well as "PLoS ONE" and "PLOS ONE".5 votes
In Analytics, under the 'Esploro Research Assets' subject area, we can currently report on 'Asset Created By' and 'Asset Modified By'.
We'd like to also be able to report on 'Asset Approved By'.
This additional functionality will assist us in monitoring the work of trainees that are learning the system and our processes.
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