The Office of Enterprise Data Management and Analytics (EDMA) has the following goals and initiatives:
- Improve University Reporting
- Expand the presence and depth of information collected in the University Data Warehouse
- Support University initiatives and projects as it relates to data analysis and reporting
- Provide training in the use of decision support software and reporting tools
EDMA offers data assistance through utilizing the following data reporting systems. To access the University Data Warehouse or Argos, you will first need to obtain permission by completing the data access form.
IPORT is a web-based application that provides access to reports on enrollment, admissions, grades, graduation, retention, curriculum, faculty teaching duties and student housing. It provides decision-makers with fast access to historical data, making it it easy to analyze data trends over a given span of time.
Academic dashboards use data extracted from the University Data Warehouse to provide collective charts for Administration, Graduate Programs, Financial Aid, and Stem Reporting. Key Performance Indicators (KPI) for each College Scorecards have been established by the Office of the Provost.
Argos is a user-friendly web-based reporting tool deployed campus-wide. This system effectively meets reporting needs from simple ad hoc queries to advanced dashboards with interactive charts and data cube.
University Data Warehouse
The University Data Warehouse (DWH) is a repository of information extracted from various transaction systems across campus. Data are organized in tables that have been designed to make report writing simpler.
Tableau is a fast and intelligent way to analyze data. Tableau Tableau Desktop allows users to combine data from multiple sources, such as an Excel worksheet and an Oracle database, without any programming skills. Reports can be shared through AVIS, the University’s Tableau server.
Academic Program Review Dashboards
Academic Program Review (APR) Dashboards provides statistic lists by department, covering three academic years or three fall terms of trend observations. It covers faculty and student data, as well as reports for departmental funding/grants, research productivity, study abroad enrollment and more.