Dundas BI is the most extendable BI platform available today - a bold statement. Join us as we tell the story of how the history of Dundas Data Visualization directly leads to this being true.
In this video, our product trainer, Mark, walks you through how to get Dundas BI up and running with Docker.
Six Sigma Control Charts are a statistical tool used to determine if a process is in a state of control or not.
When it comes to Business Intelligence, there are a few methods available today for hosting the software.
What is a metric set? Metric sets are a core concept in Dundas BI and are often confused with visualizations.
In this video, our trainer, Mark, shows you everything you need to know about States - what they are and why we use them.
If you're looking to take your first step into the world of business intelligence (BI), you're probably interested in knowing what it costs.
Building an In-Memory Data Cube in Dundas BI can significantly increase your data performance.
Use Dundas BI to create interactive dashboards using several techniques available to you!
Data flow is the ability to visualize existing relationships or add your own relationships between tables in your data.
How do Business Intelligence activities lead to a Return on Investment (ROI)? Struggling to justify the implementation and software costs of a Business Intelligence solution?
Save time by learning the ins-and-outs of applying pre-built styles (or your own styles you've created) to your dashboards in Dundas BI.
Outliers can cause serious problems when analyzing data. Leverage interquartile range computations in Dundas BI to help you work with outliers by either hiding or removing them.
This video will walk you through the process of setting up and installing Dundas BI on Linux! This is a great resource for helping you understand the architecture and why various options exist.
Why is real-time data important and what does it mean in the context of Business Intelligence? In this video, we answer those questions and look at how to implement real-time data in Dundas BI.
Using a feature in Dundas BI called ‘Brushing’, we can quickly highlight related information for analysis. Let's examine how to implement it on your dashboards.
Use Scheduled Reports to increase the number of people who are using your business intelligence solution and instill a culture of data-driven decision-making.
Data input and writeback is something fairly unique to Dundas BI. What really sets Dundas BI apart, is just how easy it is to implement your own custom data input features into a dashboard or report.
Dundas BI offers many techniques that can help you better understand your data. Regardless of how wildly different it might be
Users no longer have to wait until the end of the month (quarter, year, etc.) to crunch numbers and pull reports. This video explores custom tokens in Dundas BI and how users can build their own.