Heat Maps: Part III – How to Read One?

In Part I and Part II of the series, you have seen “What are Heat Maps?” and “Why use them?”. In the final post of this series, we will be focusing on “How to Read a Heat Map?” Here are few Demos you can use while reading this post: Heat maps represent information from databases […]

Heat Maps: Part II – Why Use Them?

Part I of this series explains “What are Heap Maps?”. In Part II, the focus is on “Why to Use them?” Heat maps empower executives, managers and front-line personnel by directly addressing the challenges they face in processing and understanding the data they deal with daily, challenges that arise from powerful trends that are transforming […]

Heat Maps: Part I – What Are They?

This is a three part series on Heat Maps. Part I is all about “What are Heat Maps?”, Part II: “Why Use Them” and Part III explains “How to Read One” What is a Heat Map? A heat map is a visualization of data which uses color to represent data values in a two-dimensional image. […]

Drill Down to More Detailed Charts using Excel Lookups and Xcelsius Chart Drill Down

In this Post Jim Brogden explains how to link multiple charts to a single drill down using Excel Lookups and Xcelsius 2008 chart drill down feature. Use the Drill Down feature in combination with Excel logic to pass information from one chart to many others. Its Interactive Click here to see the Blown up version. […]

Webinar Archives: Creating Adobe Air Applets from Xcelsius Dashboards

One of features added as a part of Xcelsius 2008 SP1 is the ability to export the XLF model as an Adobe Air application. In case you are wondering what is Adobe Air, please visit Adobe Air page on Adobe’s website. More about Xcelsius and Adobe Air in future posts. In this Webinar Clifford Alper […]