Definition

  • Dashboard is an information delivery capability where we can find the data much faster through strong visualization capabilities.
  • Dashboard is a Visual display of the most important information needed to achieve one or more objectives; consolidated and arranged on a single screen so that the information can be monitored at a glance.
  • Dashboard bridges the gap between data analysis and data presentation, converting spreadsheet tables into interactive dashboards.

Introduction

Powerful, yet simple, dynamic visualizations

  • Turn Data into Information.
  • Based on Excel data and formulas.
  • Live XML and Web Service data.
  • Interactive What-If Analysis.
  • Drill-Down, Charts, Gauges, Dials.
  • Export to Office, PDF, and HTML.
  • Flash format – Easy to Embed.

Business Value

BI for casual users

  • Engage users with through guided navigation.
  • Tailored solutions.
  • Easy to understand visualization.

Characteristics

  • Visual and Functional.
  • Highly Interactive.
  • Flexible in deployment.
  • Inspirational in design.
  • Ease of design.
  • To Remain Competitive.

Additional Features compared to Xcelsius 3.x

  • Universes with in Dashboards designer through “Query Browser”.
  • Universe Connectivity components “Query Prompt Selector” and “Query Refresh Button”.
  • Query Prompt Selector: The Query Prompt Selector automatically handles prompt value selection behavior based on the metadata for the query prompt.
  • Query Refresh Button: A button that allows users to request a refresh of the query data from within the model at runtime.

Direct Semantic Layer Connection through “Query Panel”

  • Improved authoring via query integration and direct access to semantic layer.
  • Define a query by dragging and dropping relational universe objects, dimensions and measures.
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