Changepoint Analytics (PPM) Introduction - Chapter 14: Dashboards & Stories

Changepoint Analytics (PPM) Introduction - Chapter 14: Dashboards & Stories

In this Changepoint Analytics (PPM) Introduction training course, participants will learn how to create Dashboards and Stories with visualizations to provide real-time, interactive information to business decision-makers.

About this course

 

Dashboards

Explore powerful visualizations of your data in Changepoint Analytics and discover patterns and relationships that impact your business. Then, communicate the insights that you discovered in a dashboard and share it with others.

A dashboard helps you to monitor events or activities at a glance by providing key insights and analysis about your data on one or more pages or screens

 

Stories

Stories can help you inform and engage your audience. You can use stories in Changepoint Analytics to create scenes that visualize your data and to tell a narrative.

A story is a type of view. A story is composed of a set of scenes that are displayed in sequence over time. Stories can be used to provide your data with a visual narrative.

A scene can be considered as a container for a sequence of objects, such as widgets, data, or animations. The objects in a scene are also placed into a timeline, which dictates when the objects appear in the scene.

Stories are similar to dashboards because they also use visualizations to share your insights.

Stories differ from dashboards because they provide an over-time narrative and can convey a conclusion or recommendation.

For example, each scene can contain an analysis, insight, or piece of information that is revealed as the viewer plays the scenes in the story. The scenes build upon each other until the final scene, which provides a conclusion or summary.

You can add the following to your scenes when creating a story:

  • Visualizations from your collection of pins
  • New visualizations from your data set
  • Text, media, web pages, images, and shapes

Curriculum1 hr 1 min

  • Chapter 14: Dashboards & Stories 1 hr 1 min

    Chapter 14: Dashboards & Stories

  • Dashboards: Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
  • Post Training Survey

    A quick survey

  • PDU Information

    15 PDU Credits

  • What's Next?

    What's Next?

About this course

 

Dashboards

Explore powerful visualizations of your data in Changepoint Analytics and discover patterns and relationships that impact your business. Then, communicate the insights that you discovered in a dashboard and share it with others.

A dashboard helps you to monitor events or activities at a glance by providing key insights and analysis about your data on one or more pages or screens

 

Stories

Stories can help you inform and engage your audience. You can use stories in Changepoint Analytics to create scenes that visualize your data and to tell a narrative.

A story is a type of view. A story is composed of a set of scenes that are displayed in sequence over time. Stories can be used to provide your data with a visual narrative.

A scene can be considered as a container for a sequence of objects, such as widgets, data, or animations. The objects in a scene are also placed into a timeline, which dictates when the objects appear in the scene.

Stories are similar to dashboards because they also use visualizations to share your insights.

Stories differ from dashboards because they provide an over-time narrative and can convey a conclusion or recommendation.

For example, each scene can contain an analysis, insight, or piece of information that is revealed as the viewer plays the scenes in the story. The scenes build upon each other until the final scene, which provides a conclusion or summary.

You can add the following to your scenes when creating a story:

  • Visualizations from your collection of pins
  • New visualizations from your data set
  • Text, media, web pages, images, and shapes

Curriculum1 hr 1 min

  • Chapter 14: Dashboards & Stories 1 hr 1 min

    Chapter 14: Dashboards & Stories

  • Dashboards: Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
  • Post Training Survey

    A quick survey

  • PDU Information

    15 PDU Credits

  • What's Next?

    What's Next?