Cockpit Web Tutorial

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Published on November 29, 2007

Author: Kiska



Cognition Cockpit Web:  Cognition Cockpit Web Overview & Tutorial Slide2:  Enter your user name and password to login. Slide3:  The “Projects…” link displays a list of available projects. Click on a project and its “home page” will appear. The project home page is used to provide top-level summaries and reports. Slide4:  A drop list provides access to default views organized by: My Items: Show parameters, requirements, and documents that “I” am responsible for, or have access to Top-Level Requirements: Explore the parameter/requirement hierarchy Documents and Folders: Browse Program documents like drawings, technical memos, analyses, and engineering whitepapers Departments and People: View Program organizational structure, access employee home pages, find a parameter based upon who owns it Requirement Groups: View parameters/requirements organized by common functions or roles. Slide5:  Once the view is chosen, the left frame displays the requirements and parameter tree. Each parameter may be decomposed and subdivided in a manner similar to a file-directory hierarchy. Expand tree “down” to show all lower level items Collapse tree “up” to show only top level items Left frame local refresh ‘+’ or ‘-’ will expand or collapse tree one level Slide6:  Click an item to show more details in the right frame Requirements have two “views” shown beneath the title: Home: parameter home page CPM Info: relational hierarchy. Slide7:  The home page is used collaboratively to provide a complete description of a parameter, including: Illustrations and explanations Electronic discussion threads Version history / change notifications Value / target convergence reports Stability and ownership information Related documents and white papers and more… Slide8:  You can edit the homepage overview to add content like photos, links, and tables. Slide9:  You can edit the homepage discussion to contribute to the ongoing discussion for an item. Slide10:  Track and report values throughout product lifecycle: Design, Manufacturing, Test and Integration Slide11:  Workflow actions change the displayed status. Some actions provide a comment field to explain design changes, or provide rationale for update. The version report displays workflow actions and version differences. Slide12:  The stability of this item’s value as well as its parent and children are displayed as links if any attention is required. Click this item’s owner link to see their homepage and contact info. The Cpk gauge tracks current performance. Slide13:  Click a report to view detailed information about an item’s current performance and past trends. Slide14:  Links to related items may be shown in this section. Slide15:  Click directly on a file to see it in the center region. Use “+/-” to add, remove, update or download attached files. Use “Details” to view version and ownership info, as well as workflow for each file. Slide16:  This section shows help messages as you hover your mouse over data fields. Slide17:  The “CPM Info” page show upstream and downstream impacts and effects. Easily navigate to an item driving the current value or the item’s owner. Filter the display to focus on items of interest. Slide18:  The Preferences link in the title is not available when viewing other users. Your personal preferences page is always available from the header area. Slide19:  A user’s homepage provides: Status reports for items they own. Contact information. Navigation to items they own. Appendix A::  Appendix A: Report Samples Slide21:  A project’s CTQ Scorecard shows top-level results. Slide22:  A project’s X Scorecard shows lowest-level results. Slide23:  A project’s Requirement Document shows a summary of all items. Slide24:  A project’s House of Quality shows between VOC and top-level items. Slide25:  An item’s Scorecard shows results for its level and its subitems. Support Info:  Support Info Cognition Support 781.271.9300 x233

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