As the summer sun shines brightly above us, so does the excitement of the latest Kurve TRIRIGA release: version 1.22. We are thrilled to introduce 3 new features that will enhance your reporting capabilities and help you analyze your data better. In this blog post, we’ll uncover how these new features empower you to make informed decisions with our intuitive user interface that will surely help steer your organization to success!
Click on a feature below to learn what’s now available in Kurve version 1.22:
The Pivot Mode functionality offers a seamless way to organize and summarize your data. By selecting row and column labels, you can effortlessly group and categorize your data based on different variables. Whether it's based on task priority, request class, category type, lease classifications or building name, Pivot Mode allows you to transform raw data into a concise and structured pivot table.
To turn on Pivot Mode:
To turn off Pivot Mode:
You should use pivot mode in Kurve whenever you want to analyze, summarize, and present your data in a more interactive and visually appealing manner. Whether you're working on data exploration, cross-tabulation, or report generation, pivot mode in Kurve is a powerful feature that enhances your data analysis capabilities.
Let’s use an example!
Imagine you're managing a project team, and you want to analyze and present the costs associated with different task types based on task priority.
Step 1: Prepare Your Dataset
Step 2: Turn on Pivot Mode
Step 3: Selecting Rows and Columns
Step 4: Aggregating Data
Step 5: Interacting With the Pivot Table
You’ve now transformed your data into a structured and insightful presentation. Now that you have your pivot table with the cost data based on task types, request classes and task priorities, you can present this to your team!
With Pivot Mode, Kurve v1.22 empowers users to interactively explore and analyze data. You can easily rearrange rows and columns, apply filters, and summarize data based on different variables. This not only helps your team understand the data, but also helps in making informed decisions and allocating resources effectively.
While data analysis can be complex, your descriptions should be anything but. Visual representation of data is crucial for understanding patterns and communicating insights effectively. It’s important to use descriptions to guide the reader through the information presented.
Descriptions provide context to readers to:
By crafting clear and concise descriptions, you empower your audience to draw meaningful conclusions from the data.
When it comes to sharing and collaborating on data, Excel remains a popular choice for those who don’t have access to TRIRIGA. Kurve TRIRIGA v1.22 understands this and allows you to export your pivot tables, including the grouped column names, directly to Excel. Retain the structure and organization of your data smoothly, ensuring that valuable insights are preserved and shared effortlessly.
In conclusion, Kurve TRIRIGA v1.22 enhances data visualization, making it easier to communicate findings with clarity and impact.
With pivot mode’s ability to organize, summarize, and visualize data, interactive exploration and analysis become a breeze. You can take your reporting capabilities further and transform your pivot tables into bar charts, line graphs, or pie charts, bringing your data to life. Visualizing data in this manner makes it easier to identify trends, compare categories, and present findings to stakeholders. Moreover, the seamless export of grouped column names to Excel ensures that collaboration and data sharing remain efficient.
If you’d like to see these features in action or have questions, send us an email or schedule a time to chat!
Wishing you all a safe and relaxing summer :)