Champion of Dashboards

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Champion of Dashboards

  1. 1. MAIA Intelligence Presents
  2. 2. DASHBOARDDashboard provides at-a-glance views of Key Performance Indicators (KPIs)relevant to a particular objective or business process (e.g.sales, marketing, human resources, or production).There are five Key elementsto a good dashboard1. Simple, communicates easily2. Minimum distractions…it could cause confusion3. Supports organize business with meaning and useful data4. Applies human visual perception to visual presentation of information5. Comforting to the eye 7
  3. 3. “An easy to read, often single page, real-time user interface,showing a graphical presentation of the current status(snapshot) and historical trends of an organization’s KeyPerformance Indicators (KPIs) to enable instantaneous andinformed decisions to be made at a glance.”
  4. 4. An executive dashboard is a computer interface thatdisplays the key performance indicators (KPIs) thatcorporate officers need to effectively run an enterprise.
  5. 5. A business intelligence dashboard is a data visualization tool thatdisplays the current status of metrics and key performance indicators(KPIs) for an enterprise. Dashboards consolidate and arrangenumbers, metrics and sometimes performance scorecards on a singlescreen.
  6. 6. Features of an Effective Dashboard• An intuitive graphical display that is thoughtfully laid-out and easy to navigate.• A logical structure behind the dashboard that makes accessing current data easy and fast.• Displays that can be customized and categorized to meet a user’s specific needs.• Information from multiple sources, departments or markets.
  7. 7. * COLUMN2D • Column chart is a chart with rectangular bars of lengths usually proportional to the magnitudes or frequencies of what they represent. • The bars can be horizontally or vertically oriented. Column charts are useful for showing data changes over a period of time or for illustrating comparisons among items. • In column charts, categories are typically organized along the horizontal axis and values along the vertical axis. • To the extreme left we considered COLUMN2D Chart of balance v/s city • City wise balance is organized in the chart 19
  8. 8. * DRILL DOWN * WE CONSIDER BALANCE V/S STATE • Chart displays data state wise and accordingly balance is displayed. • State is displayed on horizontal axis and balance is displayed vertically. 20
  9. 9. * BALANCE V/S CITY • Chart also provides DRILL DOWN property. • Chart displays drill down of state i.e. CITY v/s BALANCE • STATE undergoes DRILL DOWN i.e. CITY and thus balance is displayed 21
  10. 10. * PIE CHART • Pie chart is is a circular chart divided into sectors, illustrating proportion. • In a pie chart, the arc length of each sector is proportional to the quantity it represents. • The pie chart is perhaps the most widely used statistical chart in the business world and the mass media . • Pie charts work particularly well when the slices are represent • Pie chart displays Region wise revenue. 22
  11. 11. * STACKCOLUMN2D • Stacked column charts compare the value that each data point contributes to a total across categories. • A stacked column chart shows the changes in a data series over time or compares multiple items. • Types of items are arranged horizontally and data values are plotted vertically to emphasize variation over time. • Chart displays REGIONWISE data • Actual data and budget data is stacked region wise 23
  12. 12. * MSCOMBI2D • Combi chart is a visualization that combines the features of the bar chart and the line chart. • The combination chart displays the data using a number of bars and/or lines, each of which represent a particular category. • A combination of bars and lines in the same visualization can be useful when comparing values in different categories, since the combination gives a clear view of which category is higher or lower • Branch wise budget balance and balance is displayed 24
  13. 13. * LINE • Line is a type of chart , which displays information as a series of data points connected by straight line segments. • It is a basic type of chart common in many fields. • It is created by connecting a series of points that represent individual measurements with line segments. • A line chart is often used to visualize a trend in data over intervals of time – time series– thus the line is often drawn chronologically. • Branch wise balance is displayed 25
  14. 14. * BAR2D • A bar chart or bar graph is a chart with rectangular bars with lengths proportional to the values that they represent. • The bars can be plotted vertically or horizontally. • Bar charts are used for marking clear data which has discrete values • A bar chart is very useful for recording certain information whether it is continuous or not continuous data • State wise balance is displayed in bar chart 26
  15. 15. * MSAREA • Multi series area chart displays series as a set of points connected by a line, with an area filled in below the line. • Values are represented by the height of the point as measured by the y-axis • Category labels are displayed on the x-axis. • Area charts are typically used to compare values over time. • City wise data is displayed v/s balance and budget balance 27
  16. 16. * . MSCOLUMN2D • Multi series chart is displayed city wise • Balance and budget balance is displayed city wise 28
  17. 17. * • An inverse or negative relationship is a mathematical relationship in which one variable say y, decreases as another, say x, increases. • For example, there is an inverse relationship between education and unemployment - that is, as education increases, the rate of unemployment decreases. • Chart displays data month wise for balance and budget balance 29
  18. 18. * • SIMILARLY WE CAN CONSIDER FOR LINES • MONTHWISE DATA FOR BALANCE AND BUDGETBLANCE 30
  19. 19. * • A Pyramid Chart has the form of a triangle with lines dividing it into sections. • A related topic or idea is placed in each section. • Because of the triangular shape, each section is a different width from the others; this width indicates a level of hierarchy among the topics • The widest section may contain a general topic and the narrowest section may contain a much more specific topic from within that general topic 31
  20. 20. *• Funnel charts are a type of CHART , often used to represent stages in a sales process and show the amount of potential revenue for each stage.• This type of chart can also be useful in identifying potential problem areas in an organization’s sales processes• .A funnel chart displays values as Regressively decreasing proportions.• Ideally the funnel chart shows process that starts at 100% and ends with a lower percentage where it is noticeable in what stages the fall out happens and at what rate 32
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  23. 23. THANK YOU 35

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