Reviewing audit information
The Audit tab can be viewed by workspace administrators. It holds a number of pieces of information showing how a workspace has been used, identifying who has looked at what, as well as where and when this activity takes place. Clicking on the Audit tab displays a chart offering user tracking across resource access, files and dataset uploads.
The Audit charts show how the workspace has been used over time. You can change the timeframe covered using the drop-down menu at the top right of the chart.
- Access Levels shows the number of distinct users who have accessed a workspace over a period of time.
- Files shows how many files were created and their file types.
- Dataset Uploads shows the successes and failures of loading CSV files into the platform.
Beneath the graphical display a table details all workspace events which have occurred, for example when users have accessed the workspace, added notes or deleted files.
The table displays 10 rows of information by default, however this can be expanded to show up to 500 rows using the dropdown. It can be sorted by clicking on a column header and be filtered by clicking on a value. The table can also be scrolled through using the page number or Next > buttons below the table.
Clicking on an individual user name in the Who column limits the table to only show audit events involving that specific user. Likewise, any column can be filtered by any value within it, e.g. file_access within the What column. After filters have been applied, simply select the Clear Filter command to revert the table back to an unfiltered state.
Each interaction is assigned a unique identifier number, seen in the Identifier column, which ensures accurate monitoring of workspace transactions.
The right hand sidebar contains high-level summary information about the workspace including:
- All Users: the number of users which have access to the workspace
- Active Users: the number of users which have ever accessed the workspace
- Columns: the number of columns of data that the audit table contains
- Rows (est.): the number of rows of data that the audit table contains
- On Disk Size (est.): the amount of disk space that the workspace is consuming
You can also use the Refresh button in this area to ensure that you have the most up to data audit information available.
Downloading Audit Table
Administrators can also download Audit Table using the ‘Download’ button located in the right sidebar. This will download Audit table as a .csv file.
To contact support, send an email to the Aridhia service desk: firstname.lastname@example.org.
- What do I need to know?
- Working with workspaces
- Role-based access control
- Loading data into workspace
- Uploading data using the web interface
- Uploading data using SFTP
- Before you can upload data
- Preparing CSV files for uploading with SFTP
- The file name
- Contents of the CSV file
- Using table definition files with SFTP uploads
- The format of the table definition file
- The table definition element
- Data transformation during upload processes
- Working with data
- Working with files
- To upload files using SFTP
- To upload file-based data
- Creating a new file
- Adding and deleting files
- Downloading a file to your computer
- Opening, editing, and saving files
- Working with SQL files
- Working with R
- Working with LaTex markdown files .rnw
- Creating a report script
- Editing a report script
- Loading the ‘knitr’ library
- Generating a report from a script
- Viewing a generated report and optionally saving it to the workspace
- Making an image file available to a report script
- Working with mini-apps
- Enabling collaboration
- AirLock – managed data export and sharing
- Virtual desktop functionality
- Workspace snapshot
- Reviewing audit information