Hello and welcome to the latest
edition of Scoreboard.
Q1 is closed and the numbers
are up ... way up in certain cases. This is good for
both of us – stay tuned for a big announcement later this quarter!
We have two fresh new
dashboard articles for you - let us know what you think and tweet them
if you like what you're reading.
Want to know how to have Klipfolio
calculations, or how to spice up your Klips with
Easy, check out this month's dev know-how.
tried the latest version of Klipfolio Dashboard? Try it now...
You've heard lines like this one before…it has all the right ingredients
to be remembered and retold. It's catchy, it paints a clear picture,
adds a dash of FUD (fear, uncertainty, and doubt), and may even
be confused with true wisdom! Let’s debunk this.
I have a well-referenced book in my library at work, Wayne Eckerson's "Performance
Dashboards." Although it is now about five years old—and aging, given
how quickly the BI industry is advancing—I continue to use it and
discover new ideas. If you've got his book, check out chapter 6.
It classifies three types of performance dashboards: Operational,
Tactical, and Strategic. Read more...
Sparklines, and filled-area sparklines, are credited to Edward Tufte.
They are best used to present trends and variations. Klipfolio
Dashboard allows you to present many sparkline variations including contextual
information such as reference lines or period markers.
Want Klipfolio Dashboard to take on some of the calculations? Use
the CSS property "formula" to display either sum or average for
a specified column. Read
more ... Or, generate content using your own mathematical formula. Read