The CRS data comes from CRS tables and stored on Github.
d-portal attempts to only reflect what is in the data and does not make corrections to data or information published to IATI, with only small exceptions to make the site user-friendly*
See also information about data quality (Afghanistan used as example)
Dashes show that that donor/organisation is not currently an IATI publisher.
CRS data is downloaded annually when it becomes available and then stored in Github.
Look at the issues on GitHub.
Contact us - email@example.com
Mismatch between ‘Identifier’ in publisher’s profile in the IATI Registry, and reporting-org in that publisher’s data – this will show zeroes in the publisher’s data until the two are matched.
Transaction type code not present.
Not using either Disbursements or Expenditure in transaction type field.
Country and Sector graphs are displayed by adding up Transaction type codes 3 (Disbursement) and 4 (Expenditure) so activities without transactions or the right transaction type codes will not have these graphs.
Dates in incorrect format in the data.
Activities without end date are not shown on the list of projects ending soon or any lists that need an end date to order them.
The map section will not be shown if there are no activities with longitude and latitude data.
Illogical dates such as activity end date before activity start date.
No data relevant to the year being viewed on a pie chart or table (eg where a pie chart shows 2016 data and data published only relates to 2015).
If updating your Registry profile only, changes will show after the weekly full import (each weekend) as d-portal only updates nightly the data that has been changed in the xml.
'Outgoing commitment' for Total commitment columns. If outgoing commitments have not been published, but Disbursement and Expenditure exist, then the sum of Disbursement and Expenditure will be shown.
‘Budgets’ in activity file, for Budget columns/data (eg in tables on d-portal) - if no budget data is present in the activity file, then ‘planned-disbursements’ are used if present.
Using the end date in the budget data (eg in Budget columns in tables).
Projects with invalid date ranges that cannot be placed in one of the other 3 categories (Active, Planned, Ended).
Currently (please note this may change soon) converting to USD using the exchange rate of the date specified in the value-date attribute. So when we display USD, it is very accurate to that date.
For other currencies, the USD value is just converted using today’s exchange rate (please note this may change soon).
Using the latest exchange rates (International Monetary Fund) every night and doing a full re-import once a week, so future budgets will use the current exchange rates and should be updated weekly.
For tables - as above, with transaction date relating to the relevant year column in the table.
For maps - any transactions (from any year) with valid location tag and recipient country code
(to be valid it needs to be on the relevant IATI codelists).
The last transaction will stretch across the lifetime of the activity.
These are a selection of filters relating to the IATI Standard allowing users to choose and refine the IATI data they want to explore.
This is a freetext box allowing users to search for themes and topics, and specific activities published to IATI.
You can then click ‘Explore Results’ to find out more about those activities.
The organisations that have published to the IATI Standard, and the countries where funds have gone to as published within IATI data.
Sector Group and Sector
The numeric codes and names to describe sectors within the OECD DAC CRS, as used within the IATI Standard.
The numeric codes and names within the IATI activity status field.
Years from 1960 to ‘present year + 2’.
The numeric codes and names within the IATI activity status field. Click on Glossary to find out more about individual filters.
Click ‘Explore Results’ to see lists, graphs and maps allowing further exploration of the data.
Refine your search by adding multiple words – e.g. ‘Hurricane Matthew’ will find more refined (fewer) results than ‘Hurricane’.
For more information see http://www.d-portal.org/news/2014-11-30-Interactive-IATI-data-d-portal-generator.html
The only time this can go wrong is if your website provider disallows you to include external widgets in your blog posts, ie. if you can embed a youtube video into your blog post, you can embed generator content in your post.
Use https://d-portal.org/ctrack.html#view=generator instead.
If you are unsure if this affects you, see if your company's website uses https:// instead of http:// in the website address.
It provides a search function and information by country or by publisher on development activities and budgets published to the International Aid Transparency Initiative (IATI).
d-portal is currently in BETA. While publicly available, d-portal is not considered finished. Please feedback if you experience any bugs and missing features.
If you have any queries relating to the data itself, which is owned by the publisher,
please contact them here.
If you have any queries about how the data is shown in d-portal, or how up to date the data is, please see the FAQ or contact the IATI support helpdesk