JReport 11 brings even more advanced data visualization to users via JDashboard, JReport’s powerful dashboard reporting solution.
With JDashboard, end users can easily create custom, highly visual, drag-and-drop, dashboards from scratch to meet their exact criteria for analysis without needing to wait for the help of a developer. JDashboard provides intuitive features for mashing up different components pulled from the convenient Component Library. The Component Library can hold any number of pre-built components for users to select from such as tables, crosstabs, and more than 40+ chart types and styles including live charts like motion, scrollable, and real-time charts. Users also have the option of reusing existing reports and their components by dragging and dropping them directly to JDashboard either in a tab or as individual components. Additionally, JDashboard gives users the flexibility to pull in external resources to their dashboards providing easy API integration with 3rd party components like Google Maps for example, or any other webpage.
JDashboards are also highly interactive, making data exploration a snap for end users. On-screen filters, slider controls, drill downs, and more can be applied for users to get a more granular view of their data. Changing the course of your analysis is just as easy as filters can be removed or modified in one step. Additionally, setting parameters is also an essential part of data analysis and with JDashboard users can easily specify parameters at the dashboard level, for individual components, or even for groups of components to create a more robust analysis experience. Finally, JDashboards can be saved, printed, or exported and shared with other members across the enterprise as full dashboards or as individual components.
JDashboard is a powerful tool that enables end users to analyze data more effectively and get answers to their business questions. The drag-and-drop assembly of highly visual components help users bring their data to life. That combined with intuitive interactions for one-click dashboard exploration truly make JDashboard easy to build, and easy to use.