Beautiful, Powerful Visualization Controls
Dundas Dashboard comes complete with highly-customizable visualizations including interactive charts, gauges, maps, scorecards and more! And with thousands of customization options, you will always see your business data exactly how you imagined.
We’re Famous for our Visualizations
Our customizable and powerful data visualizations are famous in the industry, and represent nearly 20 years of technology leadership and innovation. You will be amazed by the power and flexibility of our controls.
Choose from a Wide Range of:
Dashboard Web Chart Control
The Dashboard Chart control offers numerous chart types to choose from such as column/bar, stacked column/bar, line, point and pie graphs.
Chart control features include:
- Secondary axes
- Chart animations
- Multiple axes per chart side
- Data point markers
- X & Y axes with smart axis labeling, major & minor tick marks, major & minor grid lines, and customizable intervals
- Data and user annotations (plus user annotations along a range of dates)
- Support for plotting against numeric, date/time and categorical scales
- Settings for controlling the appearance of everything above, such as colors, gradients, borders and line dash styles
Dashboard Gauge Control
Gauge controls visualize dynamic data on an ongoing basis. They also display historic calculations that become a single value, so they offer a complementary function to charts.
Gauges are used in nearly every type of dashboard application, especially those in the manufacturing and financial sectors, where KPIs and other critical data are monitored in real time.
Dundas Dashboard’s gauge control supports both linear and radial (circular) gauge types, as well as a wide variety of appearances and styles. Frames are fully customizable (e.g., semi-circles and quadrant types), while users can change visual-element properties like scales, pointers and ranges, which put context to pointer values, can indicate a particular state as well!
In addition, Dundas Dashboard Gauge’s annotation feature allows users to add annotations “on the fly” to individual gauges, facilitating greater dashboard communication and collaboration.
Available types of gauges:
- Circular gauge
- Bullet graph
- A wide variety of marker, bar and needle styles as added indicators (depending on the gauge type)
Dashboard Map Control
Data Maps Add Context and Interactivity
Our Dashboard Map control provides a level of visualization and interactivity that goes far beyond what can be achieved with a data table or graph. Use our mapping component to enhance your dashboard by displaying (and customizing) a wide variety of maps, making your geographic data far easier to read and interpret. Add custom actions to your maps to control or filter what data is displayed on the dashboard by region, city or other map element.
The perfect control for sales or marketing reports, showing population details, density of material, office locations, etc., Dundas Dashboard Map includes maps of continents, states, countries, regions and more. In particular, it:
- Supports ESRI and XAML shape files, which allows for the drawing of diagrams via Expression Blend
- Visualizes data via color-coded shapes and in addition, predefined map element properties can bind to data (e.g., color, border, other visual properties)
- Provides mouse panning and mouse zooming
- Offers standard projections: orthographic, diagram (Cartesian), equirectangular, Mercator
- Includes legend integration
Dashboard Data Grid Control
Not Your Typical Spreadsheet
Our data grid control gives you the ability to visualize your tabular data in a way that looks and operates better than a standard spreadsheet or table. Use our grid control to display lists, rankings or highly detailed information that is not only attractive, but highly interactive and meaningful.
Build Rich, Interactive Scorecards
Including scorecards on your dashboard is an excellent way to monitor and assess performance. Scorecards allow you to display state indicators and provide visual feedback linked directly to your KPIs according to pre-determined business rules or thresholds. Having a fast and easy way to determine the status of a business metric makes it far easier to take action and make appropriate decisions more quickly and accurately.
- Custom column/row/cell styling
- KPI states integration to provide scorecard capabilities
- The ability to view OLAP data, as well as group, filter and drill down
- Hierarchical capabilities (OLAP support)
- Sorting and basic filtering
- Row grouping and selection
- Column grouping, reordering, resizing and freezing
- Frozen columns and rows
- Vertical and horizontal scrolling
Here are just some of the other data visualizations available with Dundas Dashboard.
OLAP Client Control
Analytical controls provide users with interactive access to data sourced from an OLAP cube. Our OLAP client control allows viewers to pick dimensions and measures, slice, drill-down, filter data and load reports with a simple interface.
The Display Indicator represents numbers and text using rich visual characters. The control supports display styles that are designed to mimic digital readout devices such as segmented LED or LCD displays.
The display indicator comes in 7-segment digital, 14-segment digital, and Font display styles.
The small multiples or trellis chart control lets you easily compare related data sets across a horizontal and vertical “splitter” dimension. This control creates copies of a chart or other visualization control in a grid format.
Sparklines are lightweight graphs designed to convey data trends in a small space. They lack many of the elements of a traditional chart but include the ability to highlight important information such as first, last, high, low, and negative values. Sparklines can be placed in a data grid or scorecard to give historical context to your metrics.
Four different types of sparklines are supported: Line, Area, Data bar and Win/Loss.
The state indicator represents the state of your data using an indicator that changes color or shape. The shape (such as an up or down arrow) indicates the direction of the metric, whereas the color indicates the current performance. State indicators can be placed in a data grid or scorecard to provide graphical indication of performance.
One type of indicator is the Harvey Ball (also known as a Booz Ball or FAIZ ball), which conveys a score such as a quality or safety rating.
The Traffic Light represents the state of your data using the familiar appearance of a traditional traffic light. The traffic light control can be used to show whether a metric is in a ‘Good’, ‘OK’, or ‘Bad’ state.
The treemap control is a hierarchical chart that shows a distribution of values using differently sized and colored rectangles. Since there are two dimensions (size and color), the treemap can convey two pieces of information for each item. Treemaps are great for visually displaying the relative sizes and values of a large number of distinct items.
The pictogram represents a single value as a set of different colored circles, similar to poker chips
The rating control displays a single value as color-filled stars. It supports a wide range of customization options.
A tag cloud (often referred to as a word cloud) is a visualization that displays text of varying sizes and colors. The size and the color of the text correspond to the actual value associated with the text. This control draws your eyes very quickly to the words with larger values.
Need a unique or custom data visualization control?
Our Professional Services team can build you a specialized control using our extensible APIs.