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Badger Reports

 

 

You can check on your existing reservations and current charges by clicking on "Reports" on the top menu bar and selecting the desired report. The three types of reports available are described below:

  • Financial Detail has the following fields:
    • item (badger ID for the tool or stockroom item used),
    • type ("eq_activity" for tool use, "inven_activity" for stockroom item, "training" for staff training session)
    • bdate (beginning date/time)
    • agent (badger ID for the person who made the charge - a staff member, if not you.)
    • project (project ID, currently the same as account for Stanford accounts; organization name for non-Stanford accounts)
    • project_type ("local" is Stanford, "other_academic", "industrial" or "industrial-SBIR")
    • account (Stanford PTA number)
    • amount (number of minutes for tool use; number of items for stockroom checkouts)
    • cost (charge to your account)*
  • Financial Summary: item, type, project_type, account, date, amount, cost
    • item (badger ID for the tool or stockroom item used),
    • type ("eq_activity" for tool use, "inven_activity" for stockroom item, "training" for staff training session)
    • project_type ("local" is Stanford, "other_academic", "industrial" or "industrial-SBIR")
    • account (Stanford PTA number)
    • date (month for which charges are incurred)
    • amount (number of minutes for tool use; number of items for stockroom checkouts)
    • cost (charge to your account)*
  • Member Reservations: member, agent, item, bdate, edate, amount, primt Amount
    • member (you)
    • agent (badger ID for the person who made the charge - a staff member, if not you.)
    • item (badger ID for the tool reserved)
    • bdate (beginning date/time)
    • edate (end date/time)
    • amount (number of minutes reserved)
    • primt Amount (number of prime time minutes)

* Below cap, cost for equipment time is charged according to the current fee schedule. Above the cap and for the notched cap, costs are amortized over all current tool usage for the month, so the effective cost per hour will be less.