Didn’t have time to attend our “Visualization and Dashboards with JReport” webinar on January 16? Not to worry, you can always catch the full recording on our website, or check out one of the highlights from the webinar below.
Access to timely, actionable information is one of the biggest assets in today’s data-driven world. Advanced visualization capabilities allow you to quickly convert raw data into easily understandable visual elements, giving you access to the whole picture faster and ultimately reducing your valuable time-to-decision.
But is there a tool that’s easy-to-use and completely customizable on-the-fly (read: no IT involvement necessary), interactive, and has advanced visual elements?
Indeed there is. JDashboard, a part of the JReport suite allows power users to easily and quickly build, deploy and modify their completely custom dashboards.
Let’s take a look.
Easy-to-use + completely customizable
With JDashboard’s highly intuitive, drag-and-drop dashboard building utility, users can create custom dashboards on their own without having to wait for IT.
JDashboard provides intuitive features for mashing up different components conveniently pulled from the Component Library. The Component Library can hold any number of pre-built components for users to select from such as tables, crosstabs, and more than 40 chart types including motion, scrollable, and real-time charts. Users also have the option of reusing existing reports and their components by dragging and dropping them directly to JDashboard either in a new tab or as individual components. Additionally, JDashboard gives users the flexibility to pull in external resources by providing easy API integration with 3rd party components like Google Maps or other webpages.
Now that you have your dashboard set up with your custom components, how do you interact with your data? With JDashboard, data exploration is a snap. Apply on-screen filters, slider controls, drill downs, and more to get a granular view of your data. Set parameters at the dashboard level for individual components or groups of components for a more in-depth analysis. And when you’re all done, save, print, export and share your whole dashboard, or its individual components.
Advanced visual elements
As they say a picture (or in this case a screenshot) is worth a hundred words. Check out some images of our sample dashboards below. Not enough? See the entire process from start to finish in our webinar, featuring an in depth demo of JDashboard’s interactive capabilities.