Hi All ,


It been quite some time I have downloaded free trial of SAP Lumira. But never find time to work with it. But today I am luck that I got a chance to have a hands on with it as no much load on me. Thank god !! Its all because of Christmas celebrations!! Wish you all a Merry Christmas 🙂 !! and a very very happy new year 2014 well in advance 😉 !!

In this blog, I want to share my experience with SAP Lumira & how I made it to project the data in to a visual representation !! And believe me !! It`s very simple and playful. I always have this impression that instead of just giving the statistics in a table with some values which are really not interesting to go through 😛 ( think of large volume of data !!), presenting the data with a visual approach is always more appealing and of course you ll get good  scores too 😉 .

I have collected the temperatures of different cities in India for the year 2012, month wise and below is my data.

Month

Chennai

Mumbai

Kolkata

Hyderabad

Jan

21

30

17

31

12

26

16

30

Feb

22

32

18

32

16

29

18

32

Mar

24

34

21

33

21

33

21

36

Apr

26

36

24

33

24

36

24

38

May

27

38

27

34

25

36

26

39

Jun

27

37

26

32

26

34

24

34

Jul

26

36

26

31

26

33

23

31

Aug

26

35

25

30

26

33

22

30

Sep

25

35

25

31

26

33

22

31

Oct

24

32

24

34

24

32

21

31

Nov

23

30

21

34

19

30

18

30

Dec

21

29

18

33

14

27

15

29

In the above the data for city Delhi is missing. From the above table, I have derived the maximum and minimum temperatures for the year 2013 city wise. This is as below.

City Min Max
Delhi 2 40
Chennai 21 38
Mumbai 17 34
Kolkata 12 36
Hyderabad 15 39

I used SAP Lumira to represent this data as below, simple to understand and more interesting.

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Now, let`s make it more interesting. I have taken the max and min temperatures for a city month wise for the year 2012 and want to show how to it can be represented visually in many ways using SAP Lumira.

Test1.png

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Test3.png

Test4.png

Test5.png

These are very few representation i have used from trail of SAP Lumira. And it just took 15 min to create these visual representation of my tabular data !! Very interesting, simple.

Now I am planning to use Lumira where ever I need some visual representation of data 😉 !!

~ Krishna.

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