Welcome to the second installment of our Dundas BI 4 – Feature Series webinars blog. If you missed our first webinar on Operational Reporting, you can either read about it here, or watch the in-depth webinar hosted by Dundas’ Reporting Lead Developer Kevin Micallef, here.
Dundas Data Visualization Blog
Dundas BI 4 was released this week, and with it, over 100 new features and enhancements designed to give you unparalleled control over your data. With Dundas BI 4, data consumers, business analysts and BI professionals get greater control of their data and the freedom to work without depending on others.
At Dundas Data Visualization, everything we do is driven by our passion for creating innovative software to help businesses solve real business problems. It’s with this mentality, that we continually strive to provide solutions that help businesses transform their data into actionable information so they can improve corporate performance and become more data-driven.
25 Unique and Smart Visualizations you can Easily Create in Dundas BI
In the spirit of celebrating 25 years of data visualization innovation, we took on the daunting task of picking 25 unique and smart visualizations you can easily create in our most modern BI and Analytics platform – Dundas BI. Some of the visuals are unique and won’t be found in other tools, and some of the visuals are smart and automatically created for you by Dundas BI without any data prep required. Plus, we’ll show you some cool techniques and concepts you may have not considered before.
The Pareto Chart is a unique visualization in that it contains both bars and a line graph, where individual values are represented in descending order by bars, and the cumulative total of those values is represented by the line from left to right. For instance, the line begins at the top of the first bar, and as we move right, towards the second bar, the line displays the combined total of both bars as a percentage, representing the total share of these 2 items (i.e. products) out of the entire group of items. Upon reaching the final bar, the line’s total will always be equal to 100%, representing the cumulative percentage share of all the bars (items).