|This is a brief tour showing the main views and initial exploration of the OOIN interface. Various components make up the two Dashboard views and the resource Facepage format.|
As a guest you may search and browse OOIN resources using the tools in the leftmost column and download data. To set up notifications, register data or save your settings, you will need to create an OOIN account.
Continue exploring OOIN with or without an account and learn more about the functionality of the dashboard views, by utilizing the browsing and navigating tools.
Both views are available to Guests and Registered Users, examples just show how the top right buttons appear under that condition.
The Facepage is the primary view of any resource such as an instrument, platform, or data product. Every resource has a Facepage view. The Facepage displays all of the key information needed to understand what the resource represents, including its properties and configuration, what other materials have been associated with it, and its operational and lifecycle states. This view provides a comprehensive display of resource settings and properties.
On the leftmost of the screen is the navigation area containing the tools to browse for any resource in OOIN.
For more information about navigation see Browsing and Navigating.
Toward the upper left of the screen are the search functions.
Click here for more information about Searching.
The content in the main view area is organized into tabbed groups, note the various tabs on the page. When multiple tabs displayed in a row, clicking on a tab will show its information in the block area. The Recent Events tab is highlighted in the example.
For more information about the tabs and blocks available for a typical resource see Facepage Tabs and Details.
The content in the main view area is organized by tabs, which contain blocks of related information. The Data Products block is highlighted at right. The Deployments and Recent Events blocks of information are also displayed in this device Facepage example.
Information about the resource is displayed here such as lifecycle state. In the example, the lifecycle is Deployed. For a device, the agent state (e.g. Streaming) and uptime statistics are also displayed in the banner.
The status flags provide a high-level view of the real-time operational health and status of a resource, either for an individual instrument or the aggregate status for an entire platform, station, or facility. Consists primarily of visual indicators, such as color-coded icons. Note the status flags in the upper right corner of the page.
Further details are listed in the Status Flag Details page.