Visualizing MatrixOne Reports with Yonghong BI
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MatrixOne supports connectivity to the intelligent data analysis tool, Yonghong BI. This article will guide you on connecting to the standalone version of MatrixOne through Yonghong BI and creating various visual data reports.
Before you start
- MatrixOne installation and startup are completed. Install and Start MatrixOne.
- Yonghong BI is installed. Yonghong BI is a free intelligent data analysis tool based on native installation, eliminating the need for complex deployment steps.
Connecting MatrixOne Services with Yonghong BI
Adding a Data Source
Open Yonghong BI, select Add Data Source > + (New Data Source) on the left, and choose MySQL in the pop-up database options.
After filling in the connection information related to the MatrixOne database, you can select the Test Connection button in the upper right corner to ensure a successful connection.
Once the connection is successful, click Save to save the data source information we just filled in.
Creating a Dataset
In Yonghong BI, select the Create Dataset menu on the left, then choose the data source you added just now. You will see tables and views from the MatrixOne database. To meet your business needs, add Custom SQL, then click Refresh Data. The query results will be displayed on the right. After confirming that the query results meet expectations, click Save to save the dataset.
First, in Yonghong BI, select the Create Report menu on the left, then choose the appropriate Chart Component from the right and drag it to the left.
Select the dataset you just created, set the time dimension as the X-axis, and set the daily order count and active user count as the Y-axis. You can drag the measurement and dimension fields to their respective positions as needed. After editing, click Save to save the report you created.
Finally, in Yonghong BI, select View Report, then click on the report name we created in the tree menu on the left. You will be able to view the report we created above.
You have successfully connected to the MatrixOne database using Yonghong BI and created a simple report for visualizing MatrixOne data.