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Standardising Data Analysis and Information Reporting

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*land: sum of hazardous area by province or type of land
*accidents: number of accidents by type or by province
*data quality: number and list of lands land with incorrect status
Because iReport templates are initiated with a search, they provide a scalable reporting solution that allows one template to be developed for many reports. For example, a report template that shows number of lands land and size of lands land by province can produce different reports depending on the search parameters.
[[Image:AdminGuide_ReportUsingNoSearchParameters.png|center|500px|''Report Example Using No Search Parameters'']]
In the first example, no search parameter is applied and all data in IMSMA<sup>NG</sup> is used in the report. But by adding a search parameter, for example, limiting this to lands land whose status is active, a different report is generated.
[[Image:AdminGuide_ReportUsingSearchParameters.png|center|500px|''Report Example Using a Search Parameter'']]
Moreover, if the lands land are further limited to minefields (excluding UXO and battle areas), another report is generated, all using the same template. In this way, information managers can build templates and searches to fulfil multiple reporting needs.
Reports created with iReport can be printed directly within IMSMA<sup>NG</sup> or saved to an intermediate format such as .RTF, .PDF or .XLS for electronic transmission or additional editing or inclusion in other reports. iReport supports the inclusion of charts, images and headers and footers, and it acts as a complete reporting package similar to Crystal Reports.

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