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Navigating through the website

Mata Inventive has come up with a refined system to help its users to navigate through different modules. This system consists a combination of colors that are used to indicate different updates, alerts, modules and variables. Apart from the aesthetic aspect of having colors indicating modules, it also helps the user understand and interpret alerts and updates that come up .

COLOR KEY

The color key will help you understand what color stands for which operation, procedure or module that you want to navigate to. The table gives a generalized idea about the color scheme and the color may change for different modules, but relevant information for the same will be provided as needed next to the variable or the module.

Sr. No.ColorDescription
1GreenMeasured units (Hours, No. of technicians)
2YellowScanned Hours (Hours, No. of technicians)
3BluePlanned Hours(Hours, No. of technicians)
4RedAlert on the current Job
5OrangeTop three on-time factors this week
6Grey Modules to navigate through

Individual Module Color Schemes

As mentioned above, individual modules may have their own color schemes based on the customer’s requests or overuse of some color. We plan our layout which is easy to interpret and visualize what the graph or the information mentioned is trying to display or depict.

For example, there are two shades of green in the Gantt chart in the Flow module that depict normal operation and high feed-rate. Thus, it is very important to see if the color or a shade of the color depicts some other tag or module different from what it is usually used.

Individual Chart Color Scheme

The different charts, graphs and visualizations across Mata’s AI can be overwhelming! But, fret not, you can always expect a key for all the colors used in the visualization. Each visualization, as shown below will be interactive in nature which means, when you hover the cursor over any visualization, you will be able to see which point, which color or which region stands for what variable or tag.

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