The Query module in Otus provides our administrator users with the ability to analyze and compare data within Otus. 

Getting Started

To create your query, first select the Analytics module.  

Select Query

Select a date range.

Select Population(s)

Users have the ability to select specific populations when querying their data in Otus. The population(s) are displayed on the x-axis of the report. Click here to view all possible population selections. 

Adding a Population to your Query

To add an additional population to your query select the + button located below the initial population. These populations are displayed across the x-axis when you run your query. 

Filtering Population(s)

Users have the option to filter their initial population by selecting AND or OR within the existing population. 

Using “And” within your existing population will narrow your group. This means that students will have to fall into both or/all populations chosen.  

Selecting OR within your existing population will pull students that fall into either population identified.

Selecting your Criteria 

Once you have chosen the appropriate population, you will select the criteria using the drop down menus that appear as you make your selections. Click here to view a list of possible criteria options. 

Comparing Multiple Sets of Data 

You have the ability to compare multiple sets of data by selecting the AND or OR button that is located at the bottom of each criteria box. 

Selecting AND would require that a student met both sets of criteria chosen. 

  • The example below shows filter that must have a Reading RIT score greater than 220 and a PARCC ELA total score greater than 780. 

Selecting OR would require that a student met either one or the other criteria chosen.

Once you have set your population and criteria, select the Run Query button to view the Analytics Report page. 

Choose a chart type or analysis type by selecting the pencil located in the upper right hand corner of each tile.

Chart Options

Analysis Options

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