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Using dashboard you can monitor and analyze relevant information easy and quickly. You can create individual dashboards that tell the whole story by giving a complete overview of important information. You can also visualize data in context and determine if reality match planned values so you can see where to make improvements.

To start creating your first dashboard you choose „Repository“ in the main navigation, then you open „Dashboards“ and you „add new“ one in ARIS Connect.

Add new Dashboard

On the left side there are different components that you can use to create your dashboard. It depends on you how much information you want to present. You can also adjust rows or columns according to your needs. ( Left click on the area you want to manage and you can see tool bar on right side)

Dashboard components 

Place a widget and assign data

Before you add data to your dashboard you can choose how you want to display it. I choose „Pie chart“ for example. You choose type of chart you want (in my case it is pie chart) from „line chart“ and drag and drop it in the area you want to have your pie chart.

Place a widget to dashboard

In one of next blog posts I will show you how to create a data field and style your dashboard according to your preferences. Now we take a look at how you place a widget and assign data.

To add data to your dashboard you use icon „assign data“ ( left click on text area and you have tool bar on the right side)

Assign data

To add data you need to choose data source.  On the right side you have more options. I use  data feed, which I have to prepare before starting creating the dashboard. I will show you how to do it in one of the following blog posts.

Data source

Now you can choose your data feed from the list of data feeds we have created before. I choose one of the existing data feeds which I can also adapt  according to what I want to display on dashboard.

Assign data 1/2

On the right side I have opportunity to use data operations to adjust the data feed to my needs.  Once I have the data feed prepared I click “next” and choose parameters that will be displayed on dashboard.

Assign data 2/2

After that, wanted information will be displayed on your dashboard. You can also have different graphs, numbers or results of some statistic operations etc. displayed on your dashboard. I will explain you how to do that in another blog post.

For more information about dashboards check also my other posts:




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