The crash report, found inside of Crash Query, provides the Industries easiest and fastest way to accurately fulfill crash requests. The Crash Report may not be available with your specific Numetric Crash Query application. If you do not have access to generate a Crash Report and would like to learn about how you can add this feature to your Crash Query application, please speak with your Numetric Representative.
For a step-by-step walkthrough on how to generate a Crash Report see the How to Generate a Crash Report article.
The Crash Report is broken into two sections: the overview and the crash statistics.
Each Crash Report beings by highlighting the name of the specific crash report, as well as displaying when it was created, who created the report, who requested the report, and what the date range for the displayed data is.
A map displays a sampling of the crashes contained within the report.
Below the map is the total number of crashes that meet the report criteria, the total number of fatal crashes, and a line chart displaying the yearly crash trend for the available data.
Because the statistics displayed in your Crash Report depend on the data loaded into your Numetric applications your Crash Report may look different from the example below. If you have any questions about how your Crash Report is generated, please contact your Numetric representative.
Each heading in the crash statistics section contains a detailed numerical breakdown of the data contained within that section. For example, the Weather Condition heading above contains a detailed breakdown of the weather conditions that were associated with the crashes. The Crash Report also displays all data points that have a value of 0 compiled at the end of the table, this allows your report users to see a detailed breakdown of all data related to that section.