Access the reporting rate summary from the Apps->Reports menu. Reporting rate summaries will show how many datasets (forms) that have been submitted by organisation unit and period. There are two methods available to calculate reporting rates (completeness):
Based on complete data set registrations. A complete data set registration refers to a user marking a data entry form as complete, typically by clicking the complete button in the data entry screen, hereby indicating to the system that she considers the form to be complete. This is i.e. a subjective approach to calculating completeness.
Based on compulsory data element: You can define any number of data elements in a data set to be compulsory. This implies that data values must be captured for all data elements which have been marked as compulsory in order for the data set to be considered complete. This is i.e. an objective approach to calculating completeness.
The reporting rate summary will for each row show a range of measures:
Actual reports: Indicates the number of data entry complete registrations for the relevant data set.
Expected reports: Indicates how many data entry complete registrations are expected. This number is based on the number of organisation units the relevant data set has been assigned to (enabled for data entry).
Percent: The percentage of reports registered as complete based on the number expected.
Reports on time: Same as actual reports, only reports registered as complete within the maximum number of days after the end of the reporting period. This number of days after reporting period can be defined per data set in the data set management.
Percent on time: Same as percentage, only reports registered as complete on time used as numerator.
To run the report you can follow these steps:
Select an orgunit from the tree.
Select one of the completeness methods to use to calculate the reporting rates.
Select all or one data set. All will give you a report with all data sets for the selected organisation unit. A single data set will give you a report with completeness for all children of the selected organisation unit.
Select a period type and a period from the list of available periods for that period type. Move back/forward one year by using the prev/next buttons.
The report will then be rendered. Change any of the parameters above and the report will be updated automatically.