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Package asset types

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Packages typically contain the assets, settings, and functionalities for your dashboard or app, so they rely on the assets they contain for how they look and behave. Within a package, you can create the following asset types:

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View

Views allow you to visually display your data within an app. There’s now a new grid-based layout to visually place, size, and rearrange view components via a drag-and-drop interface. This new interface helps you to build screen-fit views, organize your views into tabs, and includes undo and redo capabilities.

To learn how to create and configure your views, see: Views.

The following is an example of a view created using the new ​Studio​​ features:
Analysis

Creating an Analysis helps you to identify execution gaps in your business processes. Using this asset, you can create a custom visualization of your as-is process and analyze the underlying data.

For more information about Analysis, see: Analysis overview.

Skill

Skills are a key automation feature, allowing you to automate and execute repetitive tasks as part of a wider business process.

To learn more about Skills, see: Process Automation Skills.

Knowledge Model

A Knowledge Model is the central place to store and share business knowledge within a Studio app. As part of a package, a Knowledge Model stores reusable business entity definitions such as KPIs, metrics, filters, and variables.

To learn more about Knowledge Models, see: Knowledge Model.

You can also edit and save metrics to your Knowledge Model using the PQL editor: PQL editor.

Action Flow

Action Flows are an automation asset and allow you to integrate real-time process intelligence with targeted action to fix inefficiencies faster and more effectively.

For more information about Action Flows, see: Action Flows.

Data Explorer

Data Explorer enables you to easily validate your data and quickly build PQL queries.

To learn more about Data Explorer, see: Data Explorer.

Simulation

Process Simulation allows you to measure the impact of potential changes on your processes and the effect they would have on your operations. You can simulate any part of the process and, thereby, assess the impact of decisions beforehand.

For more about Process Simulation, see: Process Simulation.