Dashboards on the cheap, DIY with Gridster

Recently, I published an article on various JavaScript libraries for Dashboards. In this article, I am going to demonstrate how we can create a dashboard with drag-and-drop visuals and export it using JavaScript. I am going to use the Gridster library to create the dashboard. I have used this library in my projects and found it…

It takes a few libraries to create dashboards that look like

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Gridster.JS is a jQuery plugin that when combined with Chart.JS to create the charts and jsPDF to snapshot the page into a PDF file you can build a custom dashboard quickly.  If you have used Tableau or Microsofts Power BI and wondered, “Could I write something like this in code for a specific solution”, me thinks the answer is “Yes”.

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4 Useful JavaScript Libraries for Data Analysis and Visualization

2017-02-21_13-10-03Businesses from all around the globe, irrespective of the industry vertical, have realized the importance of data-driven decision making. Data Analytics is currently one of the most trendy topics in the world and businesses across different verticals are increasingly focusing on deriving meaningful insights from data in order to understand both past and future trends. There…

I have used the first of these libraries D3 along with C3.  I think the others are worth a little research time.

  • Data-Driven-Documents (D3.js)
  • Aperture JS
  • InfoVis
  • Cytoscape.js

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