Microsoft Power BI may be a good choice. Think of it as a web page for Excel Charts. I haven't worked with it in awhile, but I remember there were many ways to display data. I don't remember it being that difficult to use.
Brent Ferguson, MLS
Librarian, Elkhart Public Library
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Subject: [CODE4LIB] Useful stats
In our Annual Report, our ERL has always provided a detailed list of database /resource usage. It is a ponderous pile of figures which few actually review.
I'm looking at presenting usage data differently this year, and wondering how others may have approached this.
Total ebooks, or articles downloaded- number of logins or searches to our discovery layer...?
Any inspiration out there?
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Seton Hall University
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