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Sponsored: Create SharePoint dashboards and charts with Collabion Charts for SharePoint, without writing a line of code

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Businesses around the world are making more informed data-driven decisions,  and so does your team want to. But the problem is that having tons of data in lists or databases is just that — tons of data. Your team wants to be able to convert all the data into easy to understand visuals in the form of charts and graphs. But then the charts in SharePoint are very limited, having to go through your IT team or deal with Excel calculation services too cumbersome, and writing code too much of a bother.

So what do you do? Well, you CAN have your cake and eat it too with Collabion Charts for SharePoint. Collabion helps you create delightful charts and dashboards in SharePoint without writing a line of code. And it works with WSS 3.0, MOSS 2007, all editions of SharePoint Server 2010 and SharePoint Server 2013, including Foundation server.

A closer look

Once installed using the simple wizard-based interface, you can deploy Collabion to web applications and site collections of your choice. Then comes the wow moment when you create your first chart in all its glory with its animation and interactivity, in no time at all.

Your charts can pull data from SharePoint lists, CSV string or files, Microsoft SQL Server, Oracle, Webparts, Excel & BDC, all with the same ease of use.

You can also slice, dice and visualize your data in any way you want using filters, grouping and multi-level drill-down irrespective of how it is originally stored in SharePoint.

Final words

All in all, Collabion Charts for SharePoint empowers you to make informed decisions out of your data in SharePoint, and all of that in an easy-to-use and delightful avatar.

Download a copy of Collabion Charts for SharePoint and try it for yourself!

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  • I am wondering if I can build a line chart off of a Sharepoint library. I am having a user submit data from an InfoPath form and those pieces of data are falling across 12 different columns. Then other users will submit their forms with similar data and I will filter the view so that they only see their records with a line chart.

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