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Standard view – default to week tab – all ok! Please make Price with an upper case P

When you click on the month tab, the average is not correct – it should be 421 (as it appears in the price table below the chart if you select ‘Display by: Month’). Also the Change is not correct - it should be -36 (as it appears in the price table underneath)

Please check that average is calculated correctly for Quarter, YTD, 1 Year, & Max and that the Change is calculated correctly for Month, Quarter, & 1 Year


‘Data Start’ should show the first date for which there is data for the index series selected (e.g. in this case 2 Oct 2006 as indicated correctly in the Max tab)


In the Price Table, the following changes are needed: is data for the index series selected (e.g. in this case 2 Oct 2006 as indicated correctly in the Max tab)

Please delete the date in the title

If a column is full of NA, then please do not display. The last column showing should be the last date for which there is live index data

The table appears with the scroll bar at the start. Please change this to show the most recent prices (i.e. the table should be ‘right adjusted’)


When you change Display by to is data for the index series selected (e.g. in this case 2 Oct 2006 as indicated correctly in the Max tab)‘Month’, there are the following problems in the price area at the top of the page:

  • Week tab is no longer needed. Do not display this.

  • Please insert month data into the month tab

  • Please ensure date says March 2009, in table and yellow box (not 01 Mar 2009)

Please ensure the tabs work in this consistent way when the view is customised to Quarter and Year as well


When you change ‘Display by’ to ‘ is data for the index series selected (e.g. in this case 2 Oct 2006 as indicated correctly in the Max tab)Month’:

Please display the dates with just the months – e.g. Mar 09, Apr 09, May 09 (not the first day of the month 01/03/09, etc)


In the is data for the index series selected (e.g. in this case 2 Oct 2006 as indicated correctly in the Max tab)Iron Ore Price Analyser:

Please make sure all price data that appears is shown to 1 decimal place (like in the Price Table for iron ore prices)


There are also fixes needed on the is data for the index series selected (e.g. in this case 2 Oct 2006 as indicated correctly in the Max tab)lead time analyser:

Change ‘price’ to ‘Lead time’

  • Please remove currency and unit labels and replace with the label ‘weeks’


There are also fixes needed on the is data for the index series selected (e.g. in this case 2 Oct 2006 as indicated correctly in the Max tab)lead time analyser:

  • Please ensure data in boxes at top of page and in Show Statistics box are displayed to the first decimal place


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