Using FL3XX BRIGHT: Editor Role

Familiarisation with BRIGHT and QuickSight

FL3XX BRIGHT comes with a pre-created sample Analysis and Dashboard. This sample is designed to help you familiarize yourself with the tool.

By exploring and interacting with this ready-made sample, you can quickly get comfortable with the features and capabilities of BRIGHT and Amazon QuickSight.

Rest assured, any modifications you make in BRIGHT while creating visualizations, dashboards, or reports will not affect your underlying data or operational processes.
And, should you accidentally delete the sample analysis, our support team can swiftly replace it for you.

 

Sample Dashboard

Sample Analysis

Here's what you can do with the sample analysis:

  • Explore: Navigate through the various dashboards and visualizations to see how data is presented.
  • Interact: Click on different elements, apply filters, and drill down into the data to understand the interactive capabilities.
  • Customize: Make adjustments to the existing analysis to see how changes affect the visualizations and insights.

Key aspects to focus on include:

  • Dashboard Navigation: Learn how to move between different dashboards and access various types of visualizations.
  • Data Interaction: Practice filtering data, drilling down into details, and manipulating visual elements to get the desired insights.
  • Customization: Experiment with creating new visualizations or modifying existing ones to suit your specific needs.

Once you have familiarised yourself you can use the following tutorials to begin creating your own custom visualizations and dashboards. The best way to learn how to use BRIGHT is through hands-on experience, so don't hesitate to dive in to the following tutorials and start experimenting!

Tutorials

  1. Create an analysis
  2. Modify visuals
  3. Create a dashboard
  4. Sharing Reports

Creating An Analysis

An analysis in AWS QuickSight is an interactive workspace where users can explore data and create multiple visualizations. It allows for data manipulation, filtering, and detailed exploration, producing comprehensive insights that can be shared through dashboards.

Learn how to create an analysis here.


Modifying Visuals

In BRIGHT your graphs and tables are called visual types. You can create whatever suits best to you and your organization, and turn boring numbers or lists into dynamic and attractive visuals. From an AutoGraph that allows you to create a visual type based on the number and type of fields you select; to the famous pie chart, bar charts, and histogram; to a tree map, stacked bar combo chart, or a Sankey diagram for your most common routes. And not forgetting pivot tables, tables, and heat maps. 

Learn more about modifying visuals here.


Creating A Dashboard

After completing your analysis and visualizations, the next step is to create a dashboard. A dashboard is a collection of visualizations from one or more analyses, organized into a single, interactive interface. It allows you to present and share your insights with others in a clear and cohesive manner. Dashboards enable users to view and interact with multiple visualizations simultaneously, making it easier to monitor key metrics and make data-driven decisions.

Learn more about creating a dashboard here.


Sharing Reports

You can also start creating and sharing customized and paginated visuals with a specific group of users. Create, schedule, and share reports and data exports from a single BI solution.

Find out how to schedule and send a report by email here.