In this video, Michael takes you through the Coegil Quick Start Guide.
The following video goes over how to change your email address and/or your password:
Projects = Questions and/or Hypotheses
A Project can be a hypothesis you have about a decision you need to make. An example would be “I feel that the Fed will raise rates once more causing the economy to slow therefore markets will cool and long term bonds will rise.” Other examples are:
“Should I buy or lease a car?”
“Would the purchase of additional real property offset our taxable income?”
“Should I increase my bi-weekly contribution to my 401(k)?”
What are Aspects? The video on Aspects walks you through what they are.
They are simply tags associated with Projects, Insights, and Assets within the Coegil Application. The reason we use the term Aspect instead of Tag is because we are trying to standardize the tags used within the application.
This video goes over how to associate an insight with a project.
Insights = Your own or other’s observations and ideas
An Insight is a viewpoint on specific things. Insights will have 1 or more Assets associated with them for validation purposes. An example of an Insight is “The recent trade negotiations have allowed for lower tariffs for US Auto Manufacturers.”
The following video shows you how to add an Asset to a Research Project.
Adding an Asset
Assets = Data Science = Reports, Articles, Charts, Datasets (provide inspiration for your idea)
An Asset is data science or a source of information. Examples of Assets are: a Web site, Dataset, Report, Chart and Articles. The contents of the Asset can be relevant to multiple Insights and Projects.