Dashboards allow placing several sources of data into data interpretation graphics, allowing visualization of data and its relevancy on various parameters that affect the several measures success or failures.
Trends and instances have hinted towards a major growth in the usage of Business Intelligence. If one analyzes the latest developments connected with data mining and analytics, the spurt in growth of BI and Dashboards cannot be missed.
BI is all about allowing relevant business data collected from various sources and stages to be used in unison and drawing meanings and inferences from them. In other words, BI is also a form of Makeover for your data.
A fact that I noticed on several Dashboard’s is that they are trying to pass on too much data and form a cluster of sorts within a single view. This just makes me wonder as to why cleanliness and blank spaces are not considered when preparing these designs.
With Dashboard making and BI tools get much easier to obtain, use and implement it is only a matter of time before ‘EACH’ Small Business too incorporates to use of BI within their functioning
OLAP Dashboards help keep a close eye on important data and also help evaluate, using graphs, the directions and results of any business operation.
This is a unique visualization of Box office receipts. The height of the bump shows the revenue for the movie and the width represents the time frame. You can see clearly which movies have short time frame but a very high peaks, whereas some have shorter peaks but greater widths on the time frame. To … Read more
This is a good tutorial on how to create a flash based dashboard. Although the steps demonstrated are for a static dashboard you could use a scripting engine like PHP to feed dynamic data to the chart engine. NOTE: You need to know a scripting language like ASP or PHP in order to deliver a … Read more