An Interactive Dashboard - Part I

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An Interactive Dashboard - Part I

  1. 1. Tutorial 2 (Part I ):Building an Interactive Dashboard using MS Excel By Pranav Ghode Business Analyst
  2. 2. In Tutorial 1…We learnt how to build the simple dashboard Now we will learn to build an “interactive” dashboard
  3. 3. Let me give you an example…Say, I want to show the percentage share of myexpenses for two regions namely Singapore andIndia (*Same example as Tutorial 1)And I have already created the simple dashboard astold in Tutorial 1, but I want to have a functionalitywhere I can choose between the two regions rightfrom my dashboard itself.Something like this….
  4. 4. First I select Singapore(You can flip back and forth with your arrow buttons to simulate the interactive dashboard)
  5. 5. And then India…(You can flip back and forth with your arrow buttons to simulate the interactive dashboard)
  6. 6. So you can now interact with your dashboard directly….
  7. 7. The only difference with the simpledashboard as shown in Tutorial 1 is….• It has an interactive control on the dashboard• And a logical basis to drive the data interface
  8. 8. Simple DashboardInteractive Dashboard
  9. 9. End of Tutorial 2 (Part I)In Part II we will cover:-How to insert the interactive controls-How to define our logic-How to run our construct based on the defined logicTutorial 1 is available on www.verydashbored.comFeel free to post your queries and feedbackThanks,Pranav

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