Visualise your individual animal data in graph form to help better understand the performance of your livestock and identify any trends.
To see these insights, visit the Web App and navigate to Livestock > Individuals and select Show Insights.
The default view will be 4 graphs of animal weight data shown above your individual animals list.
Projected Live Weight vs Age
This is the projected weight for a particular day vs the age of each animal in months. Note: The date will automatically default to today.
The projected weight is calculated by adding the latest average daily gain x the days since last weight record to your previous weight value.
Live Weights Over Time
This shows the increase (or decrease) for a given animal over time where the X Axis is the animals age in months. Each line represents an animal.
Projected Live Weight
This shows the frequency (Y axis) of animals within a particular weight range.
Average Daily Gain
This is similar to the Weight Histogram (3) except it shows ranges of Average Daily Gain. The ADG is calculated by finding the increase (or decrease) between the last 2 weigh events divided by the number of days in between those weigh events.
Graphs can be grouped by certain characteristics by using the Group by dropdown menu.
For example you could Group-by Sires to identify which sires produce the heaviest offspring.
The different groupings possible are:
- Tag colour
- State - e.g. off farm
- Age class
You can zoom into any graph by selecting Expand in its top right corner. You can also navigate between the graphs by using the Overview drop down on the left hand side.
You can click on any line, point or bar as well as click and drag to select animal/s. This will automatically highlight those animal's on all other graphs and your list.
You can choose to apply records to these selected animals. See Create Individual Records for more.
You can remove your selections by pressing the Clear button on the left of the graphs.
You individual Animal List filters also apply to your graphs. For more information on applying filters see Individual Animal List.