When looking at dashboards produced by other data visualization tools, we often see multi-colored column charts. While this technique can be reproduced in SAP Dashboards, it doesn’t always make sense to do. Below are a couple examples of the effect, and you can see how the second instance is far more appropriate.
Where will you be in 5 years? Answering that question won’t be a problem once you’ve worked with my new interactive Career Map dashboard.
As you begin to develop sophisticated and complex dashboards, you will inevitably be faced with the need for more screen real estate to display more information. One easy way to solve this issue is by layering components and displaying the data dynamically when certain conditions are met. This methodology can become quite complicated as the […]
Do you need to display stock information in an interactive SAP BusinessObjects Dashboard model? This post shows how to do just that. With as little as two components – the Candlestick Chart and a List Box – you can create and deliver an hour-by-hour and interactive display of stock performance for a selected day. Download […]
Do you need to display the Linear Regression or Logorithmic Regression of data trends in an Xcelsius dashboard but don’t know how to write the required formulas? If so, you’ll be extremely pleased to know how easily these regression types can be created in Xcelsius. And all without having to figure out which formula to […]