Dashboards

Dashboards in Ortege Studio are powerful tools for combining various charts and visualizations into a single, interactive, and dynamic view. They provide a holistic view of your data, allowing for efficient monitoring and insightful decision-making.

Accessing Dashboards

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  • Navigation: You can find Dashboards in the main Ortege Studio menu, often under a section labeled “Dashboards.”

  • Dashboard Page: This page displays all the available dashboards, with details like the dashboard name, owner, and last modified date.

Creating a New Dashboard

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  • Starting a New Dashboard: To create a new dashboard, click on the “+” or “New” button.

  • Naming the Dashboard: Assign a name and optionally a description to your new dashboard for easy identification.

Adding Charts to Dashboard

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  • Chart Selection: In the dashboard edit mode, you can add charts that you’ve previously created in the Charts section.

  • Positioning and Resizing: Drag and drop the charts into your desired position on the dashboard. You can also resize them for optimal layout and visibility.

Customizing the Dashboard

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  • Layout Customization: You can customize the layout of the dashboard, organizing charts and components in a way that best tells your data story.

  • Filter Options: Add interactive filters to the dashboard that allow users to dynamically change the data displayed across multiple charts.

Interacting with Dashboards

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  • Data Interaction: Users can interact with the data in various ways, like hovering over charts to see detailed information or clicking on elements to drill down.

  • Filtering: Apply filters to refine the data displayed on the entire dashboard or specific charts.

Sharing and Exporting

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  • Sharing Dashboards: Dashboards can be shared with others through direct links or by providing access within Superset.

  • Exporting: Dashboards can also be exported for external use, either as images or in other formats, depending on Ortege Studio’s configuration.

Security and Permissions

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  • Access Control: You can control who has access to view or edit the dashboard, ensuring data security and integrity.

  • Row-Level Security: If set up, row-level security will apply to all the charts in the dashboard, ensuring users only see the data they are authorized to view.

Conclusion

Dashboards in Ortege Studio are an essential feature for synthesizing complex data into comprehensible and actionable insights. They offer a platform to narrate a data story, combining different visual elements into a cohesive and interactive experience.