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Reports Tutorial

Last Updated: Jul 02, 2013 01:25AM EDT
Reports allow you to create customized reports for your collection, tradelist and wantlist. These reports can be basic or complex. Here is a step by step tutorial on how to customize your reports. 

Create Report

First, you must select create your report by visiting the Reports page found on your dashboard. 



Add Basic Report Information
Once you are on the new report page, select the type of report you wish to create. You must specify the sport type as well as either collection, wantlist or tradelist. 

We recommend that you make the name of your report unique so that you can easily remember it in the future.

You need to specify the fields which you want to see in your report. We start you out with the basic fields but you can customize them however you'd like.




Specify the criteria for your report

You can add multiple criteria to your reports including date range, specific year, set, subset, team and keyword. If you want to have a report for a specific player, you can use the keyword feature.


Once you have selected the criterion and entered the information in the associated fields, select add criterion. 

If you want to return cards that do NOT match the selected criteria, select the NOT checkbox. For example, return all cards that do NOT have the year 2007. 



In the above example, I am adding all cards to this report from the year 2007. This information will appear in the report summary below. 



Once you have entered at least one criterion, you may save and run the report. You may also add additional criteria or report groupings which will be covered below.

Multiple Criteria

Adding additional criteria allows you to be more specific in the cards included in your report. In the example below, this report will include cards from 2007 that also have the Rookie attribute. 




Adding Groups to your report

Groups allow you more advanced functionality when creating a report with multiple criteria. Groups are a set of criteria that is separated by an OR clause rather than AND clause.

For example, if you wanted to generate a report that included all cards that were EITHER rookie cards OR limited prints you would use the groupings feature. First, add the criterion 'have attribute rookies'. Then select 'Add Group'. Add the criterion 'have attribute limited print' and save the criterion.

The report summary will display that the report will include all cards that have the attribute rookie OR limited. 



You can also add multiple criteria to a grouping and you can add as many groupings to your report as you'd like. For example, if you wanted to generate a report that included all rookie cards from Topps Main Sets from 1965 to 1970, your report summary might look like this:

Has subset 1965 Topps Main Set AND is a rookie
OR
Has subset 1966 Topps Main Set AND is a rookie
OR
Has subset 1967 Topps Main Set AND is a rookie
OR
Has subset 1968 Topps Main Set AND is a rookie
OR
Has subset 1969 Topps Main Set AND is a rookie
OR
Has subset 1970 Topps Main Set AND is a rookie


Run Report

Once you have all of the criteria selected for your report, you can select save and run report. Your report will load in your browser. From here, you can have a PDF or CSV version emailed to you.





Your report will be saved in your saved reports so that you may access it in the future. In addition, the last PDF or CSV that you requested will be available for future reference.



 
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