Advanced data visualisations offer you means to picture more complex data with clarity and in playful, user engaging way. You may formulate the story you wish to tell by adjusting the data hierarchy to your liking. It is all DIY; there is no need for SW engineers or visualisation expertise – the only expert needed is you.
Data can be complex – be that election results, budget, or a lengthy process description. These things are difficult, if not outright impossible to visualise with the very basic means of data visualisation.
In these cases, the advanced data visualisation is the correct way to proceed.
The process of building advanced graphs is similar to that of the basic visualisations. First, you’ll upload your data, be that a CSV file, paste from a spreadsheet program or fetched results from an external database. You may limit, sort and adjust the data as needed, before building a hierarchy that is the base of the visualisations created.
Example of advanced data visualisation,
drill down to the data with a click to a bar
Hierarchy building made easy
Hierarchy building is a simple step-by-step process, consistent and in line with the rest of the user interface. You start with the root, containing all the data, and then proceed to divide it into smaller chunks. These pieces then form a ladder that the users will be exploring.
The single great thing about this all is that as you control the hierarchy, you control the story. You may change, alter, use different criteria – and test the results. It is all there at your fingertips, and not ready until you say so.
Publishing with ‘oneliner’
Then you can select a suitable output size, and test the results both online in a browser and the device screen emulations provided.
Publishing visualisations is very easy. All you’ll need to do is place one line of text to a location in your page or publication. The automated Dexmen hosting takes care of the rest. Or if you wish you may use your own hosting, generating all the necessary files in one go.
Updating with a click
Correcting any possible misspellings or updating the visualisation is a delight. You’ll make your changes to the file and press ‘Save’ – all embedded content is updated on the fly.
Advanced data by DEx offer you power to build visualisations yourself. To your customers, they provide an engaging and playful way to explore any complex data. Drill down effects, popup windows, and clear data structures are a joyful way to enrich the web experience. Why don’t you try it out?