Data Visualization Gallery
For Dundas Dashboard, we started from scratch and designed completely new controls for the Silverlight and HTML5 environment. Each control (charts, gauges, maps, grids and more) is integrated as a toolbox item in the dashboard designer.
Sales Scorecard by Product CategoryThis sample scorecard uses a variety of different visualizations (sparklines, bars, and bullet graphs) to show trends, sales and sales contributions. It demonstrates how sales are tracking (vs. target) for a number of product categories.
Reasons for Non-DeliveryThis Pareto chart shows the various reasons for non-delivery, sorted in descending order by number of occurrences. A second series shows how each reason contributes to the total number of incidents, expressed as a percentage.
Range Line Point Area Chart
Toronto Temperature and Precipitation TrendsThis sample visualizes temperature and precipitation trends in Toronto. The range chart shows the mean maximum and minimum temperatures, the point charts display the extreme maximum and minimums, the line chart shows the mean, while the area chart displays the total annual precipitation.
Sales vs. Target by Product CategoryThese radial gauges display sales volumes for two product categories, relative to their respective targets (expressed as a percentage).
Top 15 GDP Countries in 2011This data visualization sample shows the GDP (gross domestic product) distribution of the top 15 countries in 2011, represented as a Treemap.
Revenue, Expenses, Profit and Loss TrendsThese column charts allow users to easily compare revenues and expenses across a number of product lines. An additional profit/loss chart has been added that illustrates the difference between revenues and expenses.
Web Analytics - Traffic SourcesThis data visualization example uses pie, bullet and area charts to show distribution of traffic and trends from web sites like Twitter, Facebook, Google and Bing. This chart visualizes referral sites, search engines and direct traffic.
Revenue, Expenses and Profit by Product LineThese bar charts allow users to easily compare revenues and expenses across a number of product lines. An additional profit/loss chart has been added to explicitly display the difference between revenues and expenses.
Corporation Stock ValuesThis candlestick chart shows the high, low, open and close stock trends for a corporation. An annotation in the form of a red bubble has been added to indicate that one or more users have been adding comments or conversing on this data point.
Website Visits and Twitter Retweet AnalysisThis sample features a combination of line, bubble and range charts. The blue line shows the number of website visits, the black line shows the number of unique visits, and the size of the bubble indicates Twitter retweets. The range chart shows 12-week highs/lows for total visits.
Stacked Area Chart
Patient Diagnosis Trends per RegionThis data visualization uses a stacked area chart to show the total number of patients that have been diagnosed, while providing visibility into regional contribution levels.
Project Risk SnapshotThis bubble chart gives users visibility into backlogged projects. The height of the bubble indicates the project's revenue, the distance from the left indicates cost, and the size of the bubble indicates profitability. The bubble color indicates the risk level of successful project delivery.
Six Sigma Xbar Chart
Quality Characteristic Chart with Target Panel GapThis Six Sigma Xbar chart shows points representing a quality statistic across a number of samples, with upper and lower control limits as well as the center line shown as horizontal reference lines.
Call Volumes by CountryThis map sample shows support call volumes across countries, represented by various symbols. The size of the symbol shows the call volume, while the color of the symbol indicates if the volume is normal or requires attention.