The purpose of this article is to demonstrate how the Dashboard functionality works within CEMAR Analytics, including how to create, modify and export your custom metrics.

Video content is available below.

Note: The data disaplyed in a dashboard is derived from the contracts selected in your Select Contracts page which can be accessed via the cogs icon in the top left-hand corner of the screen. For more information on this page see our help article here.
How to view Dashboards

Firstly, open the left-hand expandable menu within CEMAR Analytics and select Dashboards followed by My Dashboards. This will then display your personalised dashboards (if you have any):


CEMAR also provides you with a selection of pre-made dashboards which contain a number of our most popular widgets. These can be used alongside your Contracts to generate data which you may find useful, or simply as an example to demonstrate how this can be utilised.

To view these, you’ll first need to open the expandable menu on the left-hand side of the screen, then select Dashboards and then select the Dashboard Library option.

This will then present you with a number of our pre-made dashboards. By clicking on one of these, you will be directed to that dashboard and the data from the contracts you have selected will be pulled through.


Creating a new Dashboard

In order to create a new dashboard, within the dashboard area, select the plus icon at the top of the page:


This will then open a new window in which you may title the dashboard. There is an option to create a new empty dashboard, or to clone from an existing dashboard:


By selecting Create, you will then be directed to the new dashboard.

Use the widgets list to drag and drop the desired widgets into the dashboard:


To see a description of each widget, select the i-balloon in the top right-hand corner:


By selecting the save icon, any changes will be saved and the dashboard will now be accessible via the My Dashboards menu.


Video Tutorial

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