Dundas BI Features

5 Tips for Getting Started with Dundas BI

5 tips that'll help get you started as a new user of Dundas BI

Go Beyond Simple Customization

Let's take a look at some advanced customization, and how you can take your dashboards even further.

Introduction to Formulas in Dundas BI

What's important to take from this, is that formulas are a great way to contextualize data. They provide us with a way to quickly augment what we've got on top of our closed systems.

Innovation Never Rests: Delivery API

The Export Delivery API allows users to export and deliver Dundas BI exports through notifications, creating a more collaborative business intelligence experience.

Data Changes Fast - React Faster with Notifications

Redefine what data-driven means. With data-driven notification in Dundas BI, you'll never miss important changes in your data, ever again.

Innovation Never Rests: Automatically Detect Tables Within Excel

Business users who frequently work with Excel data will love Dundas BI's ability to automatically detect tables within non-standard Excel files

Innovation Never Rests: Hierarchy Attributes

We're focusing on one of the new ways Dundas BI simplifies data models and enables users to easily explore data in a logical and organized fashion by using Hierarchy Attributes.

How to Build your Custom UI using the Dundas BI APIs

One great aspect of Dundas BI’s user interface flexibility is its full exposure to the underlying APIs that enable customization of any aspect of the application. Let's dive into one such use case.

Innovation Never Rests: Small Multiples

Small Multiples are a series of graphs or charts that may interchangeably be referred to as Trellis Charts or Panel Charts. They enable you to uncover patterns in complex data.

Innovation Never Rests: Ragged Hierarchies

One of the more common challenges a lot of organizations encounter, is around being able to manage their hierarchies when they’re not perfect. Dundas' support for ragged hierarchies remedies that.

Take the Next Step: Add Real-Time Analytics to your Data Monitoring

Reacting to events as they occur helps businesses to make tactical decisions immediately and prevent any problems that may arise due to inadvertent delays. It's time you embrace real-time analytics.

When (and Why) to use Heat Maps

Heat Maps are graphical representations of data that utilize color-coded systems. What many people don’t realize, however, is that Heat Maps can be applied to a handful of data visualizations.

Enhance Your Data Storytelling with Animated Charts

Use animated charts to tell stories with your data and make your audience understand how and why they got there and inspire action and/or behavioral changes.

Custom Diagrams: Illustrate Your Data Results

Don’t simply show your data, tell a story with it! By combining Custom Diagrams with an analytics platform like Dundas BI, we're able to visually communicate complex information with ease.

A Good Use Case for 3D Visualizations in Dundas BI

3D charts are frowned upon in the data visualization world, especially when it comes to 3D Pie and Bar Charts. This begs the question - are there any valuable 3D visualizations?

How to Operationalize your Machine Learning Models with Dundas BI

How can you operationalize your machine learning model and apply it to new data coming through your applications like all other data analyzed through your business intelligence system?

Using Animations to Enhance your Dashboard's Readability

Dashboards are a great way to visually represent your data to track, analyze and display KPIs at-a-glance. One of the ways to enhance the readability of a dashboard is by making use of animations.

What do Business Intelligence & The Bachelor Have in Common?

Using Dundas BI, Absorb Software whipped up a few dashboards to display some Key Performance Indicators to track the progression of The Bachelor, which they then displayed on large TV screens.

Group and Analyze Data On-the-Fly to Save Time

The ability to group data on-the-fly is incredibly powerful. It's helpful when correcting data errors or grouping similar datum to form single data points or for answering hypothetical questions

With Dundas BI 5, Data Relationships Don’t Have to be Complicated

With Dundas BI 5, we’ve added two new visualizations to the relationship category. Dundas BI now has four, which include the Tree Diagram, Chord Diagram, Relationship Diagram, and Sankey Diagram.

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