This report displays changes in the average amount, input amount every day in August as well as its daily goal.
This sample uses gauges to represent ROE (return on equity) metrics and DuPont analysis details. Users can observe changes in other indicators by adjusting the sliders at the bottom of the simulator.
Who are your Top 10 Customers? Click on the bars in the Sales Amount chart and you can drill-down to see customer transaction records.
This report shows the top 5 best-selling products by category. Viewers can observe product trends by comparing the sales amount and proportions of the current and previous year.
This sample displays the sales performance of each product line in Plants A, B and C. Visuals such as charts and gauges are embedded into this pivot grid. Other visuals available for embedding are Gantt charts, and heat maps.
The sunburst chart on the left shows the total sales revenue of different regions in the US, which viewers can compare with gross profits and sales costs on the right.
This Pareto chart displays the main reasons of file opening problems with 80/20 rule or Pareto Principle.
Through the mirror chart, two main observations can be made. The first is how the exercise habits of men and women over 65 in Taiwan have changed over the course of 11 years. The second is how regular exercise habits may relate to average life spans.
This dashboard presents customer types with different customer contributions. Customers are sorted according to their order data. After observing order details, the decision team can plan different marketing strategies for different customer types.
This dashboard displays the Overall Equipment Effectiveness (OEE) and other indicators in different regions. Data is automatically refreshed every few seconds on the marquees on the left hand side.
This dashboard displays multiple gauges and charts used to describe the finance of 3 factories. Users can use the petroleum price and exchange rate sliders to simulate different market changes in advance. Colors and indicators help users spot problems more easily.
This dashboard displays sales revenues of US regions. By clicking the year buttons and regions on the map, users can view detailed information about sales indicators in different states.
This dashboard uses a grid to display the revenue of Walmart and Targetsales. Users can click on the rows in the table to interact with the Bing map on the right and compare store locations.
This multi-layer map displays regional population through OpenStreetMap. The larger the population, the larger the circles are. Users can double-click on the circles to drill down from continent to country population.
This report shows the statistics of frontline and logistics personnel. Users can click on the underlined numbers to drill down to further details.
The Cockpit helps organize the Dashboard, Query/Report, and Analysis pages that executives want to see or discuss during meetings. Click on the icon with four squares on the top right corner to change display modes. For 3D Cockpit, 2D Cockpit and Cover Flow display modes, drag your mouse left and right to view more pages.
Through the bar chart and radar chart, users can see different personnel leave analyses based on age and gender.
This consolidated balance sheet displays the annual total assets, liability, and equity in an organized form.
This analysis shows the amount of product sales with icon sets. When users right mouse click on any measure column, they can create new calculation fields or colored indicators on their own and save it. Also, users can expand or collapse product or date hierarchies.
This dashboard shows the process of milk production. If the value of any station is higher or lower than its normal range, the station color will change from green to red.
This dashboard shows the 4 most important indicators, their target values, and completion rates on charts.
This crosstab grid displays product sales by month. Users can select a date range and category to filter the table.
This dashboard shows workstations in the cookie production process. If the value of any station is higher or lower than its normal range, the station color will change from green to red.
This query displays customer transaction records based on customerID and Orderdate conditions. If the subtotal is below $400, the cell will be colored red.