The dashboard display area supports the following widgets.

  • Filter Bar
  • Text Area
  • IFrame
  • TAB
  • Image

Filter Bar

You can select the Filter Bar to query data in one or multiple charts.

  1. Double-click Filter Bar icon.
  2. Select a dataset and query fields. See the following figure.


Currently, the Filter Bar supports Single-Dataset association and Multi-Dataset association.

Example of Single-Dataset

  1. Select Single-Dataset and select charts that query fields can be applied. See the following figure.


  2. Click Style to edit the Filter bar title.
  3. Click Search to query data.

Example of Multi-Dataset

The Filter Bar can also associate data from different datasets. Make sure that the values of data members of association items are consistent. Otherwise, the association is invalid.

  1. Select a chart, such as Table.
  2. Drag or double-click the expected fields and then click Update.
  3. Click Style tab to modify table label and its layout.  For example, set table lable as Overseas Report.
  4. Click dataset switch icon to switch to another dataset.
  5. Select a chart, such as Table.
  6. Drag or double-click the expected fields and then click Update.
  7. Click Style tab to modify table label and its layout.  For example, set table lable as Domestic Report.
  8. Double-click Filter Bar and select dataset and expected fields.
  9. Click Multi-Dataset and select associated items according to the field types.
  10. Click Style tab and modify the filter bar label.
  11. Click Search. The charts automatically update.

Query data based on days

  1. On the Data tab, select a dataset and a query field, for example, report_date (day).
  2. Select a chart, which is expected to be applied.
  3. Click field in Filter Bar, and then the filtering tab is displayed on the right, as shown in the following figure.


  4. Select a date range, as shown in the following figure.

    The detailed time range for a month is automatically displayed, as shown in the following figure.



  5. Click Search to query the date.

Query data based on text

  1. On the Data tab, select a dataset and a query field, for example, Product_box.
  2. Select a chart.
  3. Click field in Filter Bar, then the text filtering tab is displayed on the right, as shown in the following figure.


  4. Click Enum. The system automatically loads all available options of Product_Box to the Filter Bar.
  5. Select an option from the Product_Box drop-down list, such as Paper Bag. See the following figure.


  6. Click Search. The chart automatically update.

Text area

You can enter fixed text in a text area and use the text as a report title.

  1. Double-click Text Area.
  2. Enter text in the text area based on your requirements.

IFrame

IFrame enables you to insert an expected webpage in a dashboard to query network data in real time or to browse the webpage or website related to the current data.

  1. Double-click IFrame icon.
  2. In the link area, enter a webpage address based on your needs or preferences.
    Note
    Webpage addresses must start with https.

TAB

The TAB feature enables multiple charts to be displayed in different tabs.

  1. Double-click TAB icon.
  2. In the TAB editing menu, you can add or delete the number of tabs based on chart requirements. See the following figure.


  3. Click a tab and insert a chart in it. For example, click the  TAB1, the color of TAB1 is marked as blue.
  4. Double-click the expected chart type icon. A chart is automatically inserted in TAB.
  5. Create the chart by following the chart creation process.

Image

  1. Double-click Image icon.
  2. Enter an image link.
  3. Set a display style of image, as shown in the following figure.