Configure dashboard charts and maps

Learn how to configure charts and maps to display in a Dashboard (Admin).

Dashboards display visualizations that enable Reltio users to analyze their data. Reltio provides a number of predfined charts, and as an administrator, you can customize dashboards with additional charts. You can select charts to display, and specify their size and location in the dashboard. For more information, see Explore the Dashboard.

To configure dashboard charts and maps in the UI Modeler:

  1. From the menu bar at the top of the Reltio window, click Applications and then select Console.
  2. In the Console Configuration section, select UI Modeler.
  3. In the UI Modeler navigation pane, under Dashboard pages select Profile Statistic.
    Note: You may need to select a tenant before you can view the page.

  4. Select a chart to add to the dashboard:
    1. In the details pane on the right side of the page, select the Libraries tab.
    2. From the General charts section, select the desired chart type and drag and drop it into the middle pane in the location you want it to appear in your dashboard:
      • Bar
      • Bubble
      • Cloud tag
      • Custom
      • Donut
      • Entities by type view
      • Filtered entities view
      • Line
      • Map
      • Table
      • Treemap
  5. Define the new chart's properties (displayed properties depend on the selected chart type):
    1. In the center of the page, click the newly added chart.
    2. In the Properties tab displayed on the details pane on the right, fill in the fields:
      • Chart type
        • Title: The title of the chart.
      • Data:
        • Entity type: The entity whose details you want to display in the chart.

          For example, select HCO to view details of Healthcare Organizations.

        • Attribute: The attribute whose details you want to display in the chart.

          For example, select Country to view a list of HCOs by country.

      • Filters
        • Start date: Date parameters to apply to the chart data.
        • Filter: Additional filters to apply to the chart data.
      • Style
        • No. of bars: The number of bars you want to display in the chart.
          Note: This field is specific to the Bar chart shown in this example.
      • Sort
        • Sort by: The method for sorting chart data (Count is shown in this Bar chart example).
        • Descending: Sort the information in descending order, for example, Z-A or 10-0.
        • Ascending: Sort data in ascending order, for example, A-Z or 0-10.

  6. Make your new dashboard charts available to other users:
    1. On the top right on your Dashboard page, click Publish.
    2. Select the option to specify the tenant where the dashboard updates must be published:
      • Publish: The current tenant.
      • Publish As: Another tenant, which you then select from the displayed list.

  7. Verify your dashboard updates:
    1. Log in to the tenant.
    2. Navigate to the updated dashboard.
    3. At the bottom of the dashboard, ensure your new charts are listed.