You can now see the average MPG between two selected groups in the Comparison Graph dashlet.
Please note, this feature only works for users that have synced their Wright Express fuel card data to GPS Insight.
By default, the Comparison Graph does not display the MPG average data. To enable it, click the edit dashlet button and checkmark the “MPG (avg)” option, then press Apply:
Edit Comparison Graph Dashlet to Enable MPG (avg)
Now the graph will update to show you the MPG average of your two groups:
MPG average between two vehicle groups
We have been adding several useful graphs and this is the newest one you can put on your dashboard.
It shows the difference between 2 groups of vehicles in terms of mileage, idle hours, and speeding activity.
New GPS Insight Comparison Graph
Here’s how you can change it to be scaled on a per-vehicle basis rather than a group total basis:
Show graphs based on per-vehicle data, not the group total
And if you un-check certain vehicles, it changes the graph’s numbers accordingly:
Uncheck certain vehicles to exclude them from the graph
And last, you can change the groups in question just by changing them in the pull-down menu in the vehicle selector or in the “Reference Group” area:
Change the groups in each graph easily by selecting from a list
We’ll be adding more graph types soon as well, and an option to show any number of vehicle groups side-by-side also.
Recently (a week ago), we promised a lot of graphs coming, & here are 3 more:
New Speeding Graph and vehicle-centric graphs
The top graph is a histogram of speeding events relative to the speed limit with different colors representing the severity of the speeding.
The bottom graphs show 3 different per-vehicle metrics:
- Miles Driven
- Idle Hours
Each different graph dashlet is configurable as to how many lines to show, which graph to show, how many days to show, etc:
Modify each graph dashlet
Each “per-vehicle” graph is also configurable as to which graphs & how long to show, and the vehicle shown is the one most recently clicked upon in the “vehicle picker.”
Here is a screenshot of just how much you can easily depict within your dashboard, and save/call up whenever you want an overview of your groups of vehicles:
Lots of graphs and maps available within GPS Insight's new graphs dashlets
And the new “dashlet group” functionality makes it very quick to set up dashboards like this instantly.
We announced it 10 days ago, and now it’s available to our customers in production:
New GPS Insight Graphs
A new set of 3 graphs are available (for starters). We plan to rapidly release many more, to include begin/end of day, speeding, then a wasted miles graph which will show you which of your drivers are driving aimlessly, wasting miles.
There are too many things to detail in this blog post, and the dashboard has changed significantly with the new “vehicle picker” so watch this movie for a quick 6 minute overview!
All graphs are now available for free to GPS Insight customers.