More smart way to Create SharePoint lists, lists, libraries, or External data sources.
The construction of a SharePoint table is a smart way to display the data from a variety of sources, such as SP lists, libraries, as well as from external sources. In place of looking in a sea of information, the decision making can quickly make sense of the trends prevailing, brainstorming on ways to improve the efficiency and profits, without compromising on the quality, and much more. Not surprisingly, the visualization of data makes it a valuable tool for decision making in the boardroom.
SharePoint-graphics can be built from multiple data sources, including SharePoint lists, Excel spreadsheets, SQL Server/Oracle databases, and even to many other sources of external data via BDC or ODBC connectivity. The following are some ways that work better and faster than others.
Returns the chart web part-SP-list d’, combo
Who has done with SharePoint, with lists, at some point of time, with the simple collection of information. SharePoint 2013, the users connect to these lists in the SharePoint Excel services web parts to create graphics, such as the native chart web part has been removed from SharePoint. This can deprive the user a lot of options and varieties of graphs, which were present in previous versions of SharePoint
However, not all is lost. When a user exports a project, the graph of the web part in SP 2010, after the web part also can be exported. After this step, the user, with the use of the discontinued web part without any problem.
The Integration of the SharePoint library with Excel
Microsoft Excel workbook can be published directly to a SharePoint library. Once that is done, you can use the data of the workbook to create diagrams and graphics from a Central data repository. If the user is working with SP 2013, or later versions, then this step may seem useless, as far as the creation of charts and graphs, as graphs created with Excel services anyway. However, if you have the chart web part has been exported from SP 2010, in the run-up to, or a third party tool is used to create the tables, you can create this step really speed up a diagram and to simplify the management of data.
The use of third-party tools to create graphics
A third-party tool that requires to write any user to create code diagrams can save a lot of time for busy executives. Not only that, these tools often map with the support of a variety of data sources, that allows the user to select a data source, the use of prefer – SP lists in Excel, and even database files from the current RDBMS suites. These tools can be used to create/modify graphics on the fly, and also update them in real time while the user changes the data sources, if necessary.
These are the three ways to create SharePoint charts and graphs from various sources of data quickly and efficiently. Among these, when the export chart web part from SP 2010 helps users to use a third party tool is by far the most convenient way for the creation of paintings and graphics in the new versions of SharePoint.
The author is a domain expert for SharePoint for many years, and he swears to software suites like Collabion, that can help to prepare quickly, in-depth diagrams, graphs, and offer useful data for the decision making in the meeting room.