The pivot gauge control is ideal for highlighting business-critical key performance indicator (KPI) information and summary values in an intuitive manner.
The pivot gauge control for OLAP is ideal for highlighting business critical Key Performance Indicator (KPI) information in executive dashboards and report cards. It lets you to present values against goals in a very intuitive manner. For relational data, PivotGauge lets you to visualize the summary value using pointer over a circular scale.
Extensive support to bind both OLAP and relational data sources.
Our pivot gauge control is supported in all the major browsers in use today, including:
Key performance indicators are collections of calculations associated with a measure group that evaluates business success. Typically, these calculations are a combination of multi-dimensional expressions (MDX) or calculated members. There are four different types of available indicators:
The pivot gauge supports full-circle and half-circle frame types.
Range of numbers bound by minimum and maximum values.
Pointers are used to indicate a specific value on the scale.
Ticks mark the values which are present on the scale. The different types of ticks available are:
Ranges highlight a range of values and can display different ranges in different colors. Ranges can be customized by changing border and background color of the range. Indicators are used to accurately measure small distances and angles and amplify them to make them more obvious.
The pivot gauge control can display multiple gauges in a structured layout by defining the row and column count. The display will wrap to fit the available space.
The pivot gauge control provides the option to display information such as measure name, member name, goal, and value while hovering over each individual gauge.
Localization is the process of customizing the user interface based upon the local culture setting. Using this feature, data can be displayed in a specific language.
The pivot gauge supports 12 different types of pre-defined themes allowing users to switch between them to view the controls in different formats. Supported themes are flat-azure, flat-azure-dark, flat-lime, flat-lime-dark, flat-saffron, flat-saffron-dark, gradient-azure, gradient-azure-dark, gradient-lime, and gradient-lime-dark, gradient-saffron, and gradient-saffron-dark.
Responsive layout is aimed at crafting sites to provide an optimal viewing experience. It also provides navigation with a minimum of resizing, panning, and scrolling across a wide range of devices from tablet to desktop. By using this feature, you can achieve an effective view of the pivot gauge in all devices including desktop, tablet, and mobile devices.
Angular binding provides a structural framework for dynamic web apps. It lets you use HTML as your template language and lets you extend HTML syntax to express your application’s components clearly and succinctly.
The Knockout binding system provides a concise and powerful way to link data to the UI. It’s generally easy and obvious to bind to simple data properties.