Dashboards on production data are impressive but many do not realize the design steps that must be completed in order for such a dashboard to be developed, which include doing prior research and using test data to make a mock-up.
- [Narrator] Making dashboards is popular now, … but not everyone is aware of all the steps needed … for dashboard design which is what we will talk about … in this video. … I noticed a thing about dashboards. … I love technology so people come to me a lot … to discuss making dashboards. … Usually they are envisioning that these dashboards … will be on production data. … Like, one person I talked to sells courses online … and wants to visualize how well his courses are selling. … So, although most of the time people are thinking … of putting dashboards on production data, … in the case of a data warehouse, … that would be putting a dashboard on study data. … Either way, it's no problem. … But the thing you have to keep in mind when designing … and developing the dashboard is that if you are doing it … for production data, the underlying data keep changing … and that can pose a challenge to development. … Let's assume we are designing a dashboard … for production data. … What is the function of the dashboard? …
- How curation files function as part of data management
- Back-end curation
- Front-end curation
- Steps for dashboard design
- Designing surveys
- Creating warehouse, analytic, and application flow diagrams
- Text-based curation files
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Introduction to Data Curation
2. Back-End Curation
3. Front-End Curation
4. Special Curation for Surveys
5. Flow Diagrams
6. Text-Based Curation Files
7. Application in the Field
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