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Category: Amazon QuickSight

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Run usage analytics on Amazon QuickSight using AWS CloudTrail

Amazon QuickSight is a cloud-native BI service that allows end users to create and publish dashboards in minutes, without provisioning any servers or requiring complex licensing. You can view these dashboards on the QuickSight product console or embed them into applications and websites. After you deploy a dashboard, it’s important to assess how they and […]

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Example Corp program managers can now monitor slack engagement using their QuickSight Dashboard

Create a custom data connector to Slack’s Member Analytics API in Amazon QuickSight with Amazon Athena Federated Query

Amazon QuickSight recently added support for Amazon Athena Federated Query, which allows you to query data in place from various data sources. With this capability, QuickSight can extend support to query additional data sources like Amazon CloudWatch Logs, Amazon DynamoDB, and Amazon DocumentDB (with Mongo DB compatibility) via their existing Amazon Athena data source. You […]

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Building an administrative console in Amazon QuickSight to analyze usage metrics

Given the scalability of Amazon QuickSight to hundreds and thousands of users, a common use case is to monitor QuickSight group and user activities, analyze the utilization of dashboards, and identify usage patterns of an individual user and dashboard. With timely access to interactive usage metrics, business intelligence (BI) administrators and data team leads can […]

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The following screenshot shows a sample dashboard in QuickSight.

How the Yahoo! JAPAN Smart Devices Team is improving voice user interfaces with Amazon QuickSight business intelligence

This is a guest blog post by Kazuhide Fujita, Product Manager at Yahoo! JAPAN. Yahoo! JAPAN is a large internet search and media company, with Yahoo! JAPAN’s web portal being the one of the most commonly used websites in Japan. Our smart devices team is responsible for building and improving Yahoo! JAPAN apps for voice […]

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How Edmunds GovTech unifies data and analytics data for municipalities with Amazon QuickSight

This is a guest post from an Amazon QuickSight customer, Edmunds GovTech Over the past 30 years, Edmunds GovTech has grown to provide enterprise resource planning (ERP) solutions to thousands of East Coast municipalities. We also serve cities and towns in 25 other states. In this blog, I’ll talk about how we used Amazon QuickSight […]

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Centrally tracking dashboard lineage, permissions, and more with Amazon QuickSight administrative dashboards

This post is co-written with Shawn Koupal, an Enterprise Analytics IT Architect at Best Western International, Inc. A common ask from Amazon QuickSight administrators is to understand the lineage of a given dashboard (what analysis is it built from, what datasets are used in the analysis, and what data sources do those datasets use). QuickSight […]

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Accessing and visualizing data from multiple data sources with Amazon Athena and Amazon QuickSight

Amazon Athena now supports federated query, a feature that allows you to query data in sources other than Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3). You can use federated queries in Athena to query the data in place or build pipelines that extract data from multiple data sources and store them in Amazon S3. With Athena […]

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New charts, formatting, and layout options in Amazon QuickSight

Amazon QuickSight is a fast, cloud-powered business intelligence (BI) service that makes it easy to create and deliver insights to everyone in your organization. In this post, we explore how authors of QuickSight dashboards can use some of the new chart types, layout options, and dashboard formatting controls to deliver dashboards that intuitively deliver insights […]

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Transform data and create dashboards simply using AWS Glue DataBrew and Amazon QuickSight

Before you can create visuals and dashboards that convey useful information, you need to transform and prepare the underlying data. The range and complexity of data transformation steps required depends on the visuals you would like in your dashboard. Often, the data transformation process is time-consuming and highly iterative, especially when you are working with […]

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Building an ad-to-order conversion engine with Amazon Kinesis, AWS Glue, and Amazon QuickSight

Businesses in ecommerce have the challenge of measuring their ad-to-order conversion ratio for ads or promotional campaigns displayed on a webpage. Tracking the number of users that clicked on a particular promotional ad and the number of users who actually added items to their cart or placed an order helps measure the ad’s effectiveness. Utilizing […]

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