Dashboard Data Components

InetSoft's dashboard software has sophisticated data components that facilitate the customization of disparate sources of data. View the example below to learn more about the Style Intelligence solution.

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An asset is a reusable Worksheet component. The five different types of Worksheet assets are listed below.



Data Table

An array of data drawn from a data source.

Named Condition

A reusable filter condition.

Named Grouping

A reusable classification (grouping) structure.

User-Defined Date Range

A reusable date interval specification.


A reusable interface for acquiring user input.

When you save an asset in the Asset Repository, you can then use that asset in multiple Worksheets and in multiple reports.

You can use a Data Table from the Asset Repository in a Viewsheet, report, scorecard, or within another Worksheet.

Every Viewsheet is based on a Worksheet. The Viewsheet has access to all of the Data Tables its underlying Worksheet, regardless of whether the tables are marked as Primary.
To create a new Viewsheet based on an existing Worksheet, follow these steps:

1. Click the 'New Viewsheet' button in the Visual Composer toolbar. This opens the 'New Viewsheet' dialog box.

2. In the 'New Viewsheet' dialog box, expand the 'Global Worksheet' or 'User Worksheet' folders, and select the Worksheet on which the Viewsheet should be based.

3. Click 'OK' to close the dialog box and open the new Viewsheet.

Alternatively, right-click the desired Worksheet in the Asset Repository, and select 'New Viewsheet' from the context menu.

To see which Data Tables of the Worksheet are accessible to an existing Viewsheet, follow these steps:

1. Open the Viewsheet in Visual Composer.

2. Expand the top node in the 'Component' tree. (This node has the same name as the underlying Worksheet).

 The top node lists all of the Data Tables in the underlying Worksheet. Although you can insert these tables directly into the Viewsheet, it is more typical to bind the Data Tables to Viewsheet input and output controls that provide visualization and exploration capabilities.

InetSoft Viewpoint

“The data mashup platform can provide contextual information to support transactions in the process world or customer service world. Information that’s gathered and presented for reporting could be abstracted away into another kind of review and provide, for example, a backdrop to customer service, to provide let's say up-sell, cross-sell marketing intelligence. An example is to be able to manage analysis of customers viewing patterns on cable television in order to match that with product data in order to propose upgrade packages to customer service representatives.” - Mark Flaherty, Chief Marketing Officer