Category Archives: Visualization

Rich Visualization for Powerful Reports

Rich Visualization for Powerful Reports

Being able to express data in a way that is easy to read and interpret can mean the difference between success and failure when dealing with critical metrics. Reports and dashboards with actionable, up-to-date information are a major asset in business today and JReport is an end-to-end solution able to provide powerful reporting enterprise-wide.

Dashboard Visualization with JReport

Dashboard Visualization with JReport

Want to create powerful, highly visual, interactive, dashboards quickly and easily? JDashboard makes this a breeze, combining intuitive on-screen interactions with a robust set of visual components for simplified data analysis. Using a Component Library prebuilt by developers, end users can simply drag-and-drop the components they want into place, including 40+ chart types and styles.

Q&A:Easy Yet Powerful Data Visualization

Missed yesterday’s webinar? Check it out on-demand or read through the Q&A to get a quick overview of some of the features covered in our presentation. You can also register for the next webinar here: Register Now! 1) Can an end user change chart types,  and how easy is that process? Yes, it’s very easy for end users to change chart types.

Easy Yet Powerful Data Visualization: Register Now!

Are you looking for a solution with a proven track record to provide in-depth reports for your application? Register now for our upcoming webinar and look no further than JReport, where customers have leveraged our data visualization offering since the inception of Java as we continue to offer one of the best Java reporting tool.

Top 10 Ways to Visualize Data with JReport 10

Are you looking for a way improve data visualization across your enterprise? JReport provides many advanced features that work to achieve just that. With the new addition of JDashboard, a tool that allows end users to mashup custom components like charts, tables, crosstabs, and other 3rd party widgets like Google Maps, users can quickly and easily transform raw data into readable metrics.

JDashboard to Debut at JavaOne!

It’s that time of year again, the annual JavaOne Conference is just around the corner! For those of you new to JavaOne, this is a conference dedicated entirely to Java, helping to extend education and networking opportunities to Java enthusiasts. Having regularly exhibited at the conference run by Oracle, Jinfonet will be present again this October, in San Francisco, for the event.