Here’s one I made earlier!
I should add at this point that I do have a programming background but in a previous role I was once responsible for training staff in the analysis of data using an ad hoc query tool, so given that experience, I wanted to test whether our new dashboarding features could be used by those with absolutely no programming experience (which is often the case within research administration).
As per the image at left, one of my early dashboards was developed 35k ft in the air and accompanied by a modest bottle of Chardonnay, but these are not official prerequisites! Instead, all dashboards currently source their data from one or both of two supported dashboard data sources: the Elements Reporting Database and the Elements Analytics Database. Both of these databases must be installed in order for all dashboards to function correctly.
Image: Example dashboard built using GRID data captured in our “Lilliput University” Demo system