The function generates an interactive HTML report using Standard Person Query data as an input. The report contains checks on Workplace Analytics query outputs to provide diagnostic information for the Analyst prior to analysis.

An additional Standard Meeting Query can be provided to perform meeting subject line related checks. This is optional and the validation report can be run without it.

  meeting_data = NULL,
  hrvar = "Organization",
  path = "validation report",
  hrvar_threshold = 150,
  timestamp = TRUE



A Standard Person Query dataset in the form of a data frame.


An optional Meeting Query dataset in the form of a data frame.


HR Variable by which to split metrics, defaults to "Organization" but accepts any character vector, e.g. "Organization"


Pass the file path and the desired file name, excluding the file extension.


Numeric value determining the maximum number of unique values to be allowed to qualify as a HR variable. This is passed directly to the threshold argument within hrvar_count_all().


Logical vector specifying whether to include a timestamp in the file name. Defaults to TRUE.


An HTML report with the same file name as specified in the arguments is generated in the working directory. No outputs are directly returned by the function.


For your input to data or meeting_data, please use the function wpa::import_wpa() to import your csv query files into R. This function will standardize format and prepare the data as input for this report.

If you are passing a Ways of Working Assessment query instead of a Standard Person query to the data argument, please also use standardise_pq() to make the variable names consistent with a Standard Person Query.

Since v1.6.2, the variable Call_hours is no longer a pre-requisite to run this report. A note is returned in-line instead of an error if the variable is not available.

Creating a report

Below is an example on how to run the report.

                  meeting_data = mt_data,
                  hrvar = "Organization")