15 best tools to build your analytical dashboard
Measurement and analysis in most cases will determine the success of a strategy. We have collected the most powerful tools for you to build your analytical dashboard so that you can make the best decisions at the first glance.
I always say that a good tool is crucial, and that should we provide a quick way to generate graphs and obtain data and provided as an addition to your analysis to drawing conclusions. Although tools are not everything, a good tools really boost productivity.
There are many analytical tools that allow us to generate dashboards. Here I present to you a few that will allow you to combine good results and make decisions faster. Based on your needs and the needs of each project, I think you will find those tools really interesting.
Essential tools for your dashboard
What I like about Chart.io is that you can connect an external database with MySQL, which makes it easier to weave data between different sources. Still, they have to polish this feature because sometimes you do not get what you need.
I was lucky enough to try a trial version without limitations, and what I liked most was the possibility for the user to interact with all charts and on all devices.
The ability to resize widgets quickly gives you a very useful customization options. Plus the TV mode to put the full-screen dashboard is perfect for a TV monitoring data.
If you want to try, there is a free version up to 1GB of space.
Although previously known as QlikView, the new version is much more intuitive, offering the ability to measure the user experience in a very visual and fun dashboard, adapting to all types of segments.
It is one of the best adapted to the change, since it has a mobile version first, and even one for SmartWatch, allowing searches by voice KPIs.
On the other hand, we can program sweetspot status updates and interactions without being connected to the Internet.
It is regularly updated automatically, with subsequent mailing, so you do not have to worry about it.
We can not only create a dashboard but also add videos, infographics, presentations, and even measure the user experience in both web and app, making it one of the most comprehensive tools on the market.
It is perhaps the best-designed app but for my taste, is too basic. It will cover your needs if you do not measure or combine several sources of different channels. Ducksboard was acquired by New Relic in October 2014 so you can expect some improvements in the future.
It is quite similar to Ducksboard but with a lot of widgets that allow you to import data from almost all the apps we use in day to day. Analytics has filters that allow themselves to queries Analytics.
Level data collection does not perhaps much compared to the rest. Does not have too many widgets at the moment, we will have to keep track to see if they improve in the future.
What I love about this app that it very quickly gives you metrics combined a lot of sites in table format and for a specified period. Very useful if you have many sites in a network of blogs for example.
Alerts, performance according to device, and advanced statistics of users according to segment and device. In short, a good tool to discover insights at the time.
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