Dashboards are available for the whole database, or individual segments. See Reports and dashboard analysis for a summary of the type of information that dashboards include.
Example of a dashboard for the whole database
Example of a dashboard for a segment
Dashboards are divided into individual panels, which are made up of charts, graphs and other graphical representations of the available data. The contents of a dashboard are determined by us during system configuration.
Dashboard panel controls
Towards the top right of each dashboard panel are a series of controls that enable you manage the displayed information. While the available controls vary according to the type of chart, you can, for example:
- Save the relevant chart in PNG format.
- Save the relevant chart to a cloud location for later editing.
- Pan the displayed information.
- Zoom in or out.
- Autoscale the chart.
- Reset the axes.
- View additional information when you hover your mouse over a particular area of the chart.
Example of the additional information that is displayed when hovering the mouse
A screen tip displays when you position your mouse over a particular control icon, which describes what it does.
Accessing the database dashboard
To display the dashboard for the whole database:
- Click the Dashboard tab in the Control bar.
The database dashboard displays.
Accessing the dashboard for a segment
To display the dashboard for a particular segment, do the following:
- Click the Segments tab.
The My segments page displays.
- Locate the required segment using the Segments list or Segments cards view.
- Click the appropriate segment.
The Edit Segment page displays.
- Click the Analytics icon, positioned towards the bottom right of the Segment Summary panel.
See UI icons for more about the Analytics icon.
The segment dashboard displays.