Viewing how changing the data changes the outputs: the Lab tab

The graphs produced by the Star tool can start interesting discussions including how the graphs would look if the data was changed. The Lab tab allows you to make these changes.

Download the guidance for the Lab tab

Using the Lab tab online demonstration

Watch the online demonstration

We recommend you complete the Context tab, Priority Area tab and Outputs tab demonstrations before starting this section.

At the end of this demonstration you will learn how to:

  • enter data into the relevant tables of the lab tab
  • use drop down boxes to select the relevant graph to view how the change in data has affected the graph.

This demonstration lasts approximately four minutes.

Please be aware that the online demonstration may take time to load depending on your connection speed. Please be aware that the online demonstration may not work on devices such as iPads.

Next steps: Getting the best from Star

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