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Category: Amazon QuickSight

Ingest Excel data automatically into Amazon QuickSight

Amazon QuickSight is a fast, cloud-powered, business intelligence (BI) service that makes it easy to deliver insights to everyone in your organization. This post demonstrates how to build a serverless data ingestion pipeline to automatically import frequently changed data into a SPICE (Super-fast, Parallel, In-memory Calculation Engine) dataset of Amazon QuickSight dashboards. It is sometimes […]

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Build machine learning-powered business intelligence analyses using Amazon QuickSight

Imagine you can see the future—to know how many customers will order your product months ahead of time so you can make adequate provisions, or to know how many of your employees will leave your organization several months in advance so you can take preemptive actions to encourage staff retention. For an organization that sees […]

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Amazon QuickSight: 2019 in review

2019 has been an exciting year for Amazon QuickSight. We onboarded thousands of customers, expanded our global presence to 10 AWS Regions, and launched over 60 features—more than a feature a week! We are inspired by you—our customers, and all that you do with Amazon QuickSight. We are thankful for the time you spend with […]

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Highlight Critical Insights with Conditional Formatting in Amazon QuickSight

Amazon QuickSight now makes it easier for you to spot the highlights or low-lights in data through conditional formatting. With conditional formatting, you can specify customized text or background colors based on field values in the dataset, using solid or gradient colors. You can also display data values with the supported icons. Using color coding and […]

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Evolve your analytics with Amazon QuickSight’s new APIs and theming capabilities

The Amazon QuickSight team is excited to announce the availability of Themes and more APIs! Themes for dashboards let you align the look and feel of Amazon QuickSight dashboards with your application’s branding or corporate themes. The new APIs added allow you to manage your Amazon QuickSight deployments programmatically, with support for dashboards, datasets, data sources, SPICE ingestion, and fine-grained access control over AWS resources. Together, they allow you to creatively tailor Amazon QuickSight to your audiences, whether you are using Amazon QuickSight to provide your users with an embedded analytics experience or for your corporate Business Intelligence (BI) needs. This post provides an overview of these new capabilities and details on getting started.

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Enhancing dashboard interactivity with Amazon QuickSight Actions

Amazon QuickSight now offers enhanced dashboard interactivity capabilities through QuickSight Actions. QuickSight Actions provide advanced filtering capabilities through single point-and-click actions on dashboards. With Actions, you can link visuals within a dashboard so that selecting a dimensional point on one visual provides you with granular insights on the selected point on other visuals within your dashboard. Therefore, you can start with summaries and dive deep into details of your business metrics, all within the same dashboard sheet. You can define what visuals within your dashboard are interactive and how these interact with each other. As of this writing, QuickSight Actions lets you define two primary actions of interactivity: filter actions and URL actions. URL actions within Amazon QuickSight are not new, but the point of entry to create URL actions is now consolidated with Actions.

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Amazon QuickSight announces the all-new QuickSight Mobile app

AWS is happy to announce the release of QuickSight Mobile for iOS and Android devices. This release is both a major update to the existing iOS app and the launch of a new Android application. The app enables you to securely get insights from your data from anywhere; favorite, browse, and interact with your dashboards; […]

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Joining across data sources on Amazon QuickSight

Amazon QuickSight announced the launch of Cross Data Source Join, which allows you to connect to multiple data sources and join data across these sources in Amazon QuickSight directly to create data sets used to build dashboards. For example, you can join transactional data in Amazon Redshift that contains customer IDs with Salesforce tables that […]

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Analyze Google Analytics data using Upsolver, Amazon Athena, and Amazon QuickSight

In this post, we present a solution for analyzing Google Analytics data using Amazon Athena. We’re including a reference architecture built on moving hit-level data from Google Analytics to Amazon S3, performing joins and enrichments, and visualizing the data using Amazon Athena and Amazon QuickSight. Upsolver is used for data lake automation and orchestration, enabling customers to get started quickly.

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