- The TRACE Initiative
- Recency Testing
This file contains all templates and documentation used to build the Power BI dashboards for the TRACE Initiative. All files are compressed into a single zip file to facilitate downloading. This should be downloaded as a first step for anyone seeking to create their own country-specific TRACE dashboard to monitor recent HIV infections.
This is a Reference Guide for Using Microsoft Power BI and ESRI ArcGIS Online for data visualization of recency datasets. This guide is primarily for IT and/or Informatics professionals and serves as a detailed guide of the development and programming required to use Power BI reports for the TRACE Initiative.
Power BI is a comprehensive, self-service business intelligence platform built for the citizen developer, meaning that anyone can develop Power BI reports without being an expert in development and code. There is a robust community surrounding the Microsoft product with a number of comprehensive training opportunities to address the needs of users. This guide is intended for any public health professional who will be using a TRACE Initiative dashboard to monitor recency results and provides an overview of those resources available.
This guide is intended to explain the set up and implementation of a Power BI tenant for your organization. This guide is primarily for IT and/or Informatics professionals and serves as a detailed guide of the infrastructure required to publish and use Power BI reports for the TRACE Initiative. Generally, administration tasks include the configuration of governance policies, usage monitoring, and the provisioning of licenses, capacities, and organizational resources.
This codebook is a workbook which provides documentation of both the underlying data sources being use to generate the generic Power BI TRACE Templates and the Data Model, including calculated columns and measures. This guide is primarily for data analysts and statistics professionals and serves as a detailed guide of the types and structures of data analysis proposed to use Power BI reports for the TRACE Initiative.
This project is supported by the U.S. President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) through the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention under the terms of cooperative agreement #GH002170. The contents of this site are the responsibility of UCSF and do not necessarily reflect the views of the United States Government.