When data is appended to create a multi-level project, the new project looks a little different from a single level project. Here you can learn about these differences.
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1. Multi-Level Project
When the project loads, your linked sources appear at the bottom of the project tree, just above the source identification axis.
The project owner can organize the project as needed, there is no need to keep the hierarchy.
A multi-level project looks different because at the top of the project tree, you will find the COUNTING section. This section displays the units of count defined during the append process.
If you are the project owner, you can change the labels of these descriptors by double clicking on the labels. The counting units become relevant when creating an analysis. Learn more.
Project Tree Filters
For a multi-level project, under the filter section, you can filter the different levels in your project based on the unit of count.
When selecting view/add sources in a multi-level project, you can see that the linked sources are grouped together under the parent source.
The source label of a variable can be seen by hovering over a source.
Where to from here?
Learn more about multi-level projects