In building Atlas Insights, I wanted to make sure you had access to the most impactful chart views without having to be a master report developer to use them. You enter your data and pick your chart type and Atlas will do the rest. No need trying to figure out all the different properties associated to a chart, just pick your chart type for your metric and Atlas will automatically map your data and make magic happen in an instant.
The following chart views are available:
- Area Chart
- Bar Chart
- Donut Chart
- Gauge Control
- Line Chart
- Pie Chart
- Polar Chart
- Progress Bar
- Radar Chart
- Scorecard View
- Stacked Chart
- Grid View
- Tile View
If you add a Target to a metric, the charts will recognize this and automatically map a target line to your actuals. This is great for really understanding how your business is performing against goals.
When working with the Scorecard Views, you can set your targets and thresholds so that they automatically turn Red, Yellow and Green depending on your progression to those targets. Absolutely the most important view your business and employees can have.
And best of all, these views are available in an instant to EVERYONE in your organization. You don’t have to write one line or code or to email a report. Just use your favorite mobile device or Windows or MAC computer, and these metrics are available when you and your employees need them the most.
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Wow, do you really need an expensive analysis tool to create pretty charts or can you just do it with Fonts in Word or Photoshop? I came across this video and found it to be quite fascinating to watch. If you got some time to kill, click through the following link and watch the video. I have to get these fonts. Good stuff.