NM-IBIS Query System Tutorial (PowerPoint Version)

Report
Custom Data Queries
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http://ibis.health.state.nm.us
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The “Dataset
Queries”
button on the
IBIS-PH home
page takes
you to the
query system.
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•Select your desired
type of data from the
drop-down menu.
•In this example, we
have selected Mortality
Data.
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•Click on the
second blue
bar to see the
available
measures.
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•There
are two
kinds of
help
buttons
on the
query
system
pages.
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•If you click on the yellow
question mark with the square
page icon, it opens a new web
page and leaves the current
IBIS page open.
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•If you mouseover the blue
question mark in
the bubble, you’ll
get some brief
pop-up help text.
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•Click on the
measure you wish
to query.
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•In this example,
we have selected
Leading Causes of
Death by Count. 9
You must agree to the
“Appropriate Data Use
Agreement” –
1. You will not attempt to
identify individuals
represented in the data, and
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2. If you inadvertently
identify someone, you will
inform
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NMDOH.
New Mexico
Department
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•Build your query by clicking
on steps, using either the top
bar or the step bars, and
making selections.
•Default values for that step
are described below the blue
bar, and pre-selected within
the step.
•If the default selection for a
step is acceptable, you may
skip the step. Or at each
step, you may select how to
group values or how you
want to filter the data.
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•Click on the blue
bar for Step 1,
then click on your
selection.
•In this example,
we have selected
all years.
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•Click on the blue
bar for Step 2,
then click on your
selection.
•In this example,
we have used the
default, age
adjustment age
groups.
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•Click on the blue
bar for Step 3,
then click on your
selection.
•In this example,
we have used the
default, both male
and female.
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•Click on the blue
bar for Step 4.
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•Scroll over the
blue question mark
to see a
description of
race/ethnicity
coding in New
Mexico, which may
be different from
New Mexico Department of Health
other states.
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•For Step 4 in this
example, we have
used the default, all
races.
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•Click on the blue bar
for Step 5, then click
on your selection.
•Because we are
looking at mortality
data and sometimes
non-residents die in
New Mexico and vice
versa, IBIS allows you
to choose a filter based
on residency.
•In this example, we
have used the default,
New Mexico residents
(regardless of where
they expired).
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•Click on the blue bar
for Step 6.
•This selection
determines whether
the data will be
displayed by region or
by county if you select
“Geographic Area” in
Step 7.
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•If you wish to view
county data for all
counties, simply click
on the County button
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Mexico
Department
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•If you wish to view
data for one county,
click on the county
button and scroll down
and select that county.
•If you wish to view
data for a few counties,
click on them while
holding down your
Control [Ctrl] key.
•In this example, we
have used the default,
all health regions.
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•Click on the blue bar for Step 7 to determine how you would
like to display your results, then click on your selections.
•The selections available will vary based on the measure and
selections in previous steps.
•In this example, we have used the default, no grouping of
column values, and have chosen to show the results in a
vertical bar graph.
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•Your selections and
filters are documented
at the top of the results
page.
•Below that, the graph
is displayed.
•Scroll down to view
the data values.
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•You will see the
Data List with
detailed
information for
each subgroup
you selected.
•If you selected
2 cross-variables
in Step 7, you
will also have a
Data Table with
the specified
columns and
rows.
•Scroll down to
view more info.
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•Meta data
(information
about the
data) are
provided at
the bottom
of the results
page.
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Contact Us:
 For technical assistance, questions
 To request training
 If you have ideas for improving the site
Community Health Assessment Program (CHAP)
Lois M. Haggard, PhD at [email protected]
or (505) 827-5274
Gay Romero at [email protected] or
(505)476-3566
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