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Results Tab in Data Quality Dashboard Has Nothing To Display

Hi,

I have managed to run the Data Quality Dashboard on the Synthea dataset, however the “Results” tab is showing blank. Please note that the “Overview” & “Metadata” fields are being populated.

Results Tab with no Data:

Overview & Metadata with Data:

I ran the viewDqDashboard command in R that created the results.json file in the home directory. Below is image of home directory:

I have even checked the path of json where the results.json is generated by printing it out. This path is correctly pointing to requisite path. Image below:

Would be great if someone can please direct me what needs to be done.

Thanks in advance.

Best,
Rana

Hi,
Would be great if anyone can please advise on the same.

Thanks,
Rana

Hi @MaximMoinat @Ajit_Londhe,

Would be really great if I can get 2 cents of your advise on the above.

Thanks in advance.

Best,
Rana

Start by looking at the DQ log file. Should be in same directory as the json file. Anything unusual? Then you can open the json file with a Chrome browser (ctl-O). It will not display like the shiny app, but you will be able to see if there are any individual data quality checks.

Thanks much @DTorok . I will definitely have a look at the suggested step by you.

However, when I looked at the source code of the results page, I could see that some of the JavaScript (js) was actually being called from a website and since the DQD I installed on a linux box with no internet hence it gave errors. Below is the screenshot of the source code for your reference:

Please note that I got this using the “Inspect” element of the browser.

As the Box in which DQD is running can not have internet facility (company policy), can you please suggest how to have the DQD run with no connection over the internet?

Thanks again for the help.

Best,
Rana

It looks like several javascript libraries are not being loaded, and this is indeed due to not having internet access. (listed in the first eight lines of your console screenshot)

One way around this is to export the json to your own environment and launch DQD from there.

However, there should be a way to make these javascript libraries available locally. We should provide instructions. Could you open an issue on the DataQualityDashboard Github? (if not, I am happy to open this on behalf of you)

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