Hey there. We have a dashboard at http://library.indstate.edu/dashboard/. I
used HighCharts jquery charting library.
Super easy to use, and can be used with static or dynamic data.
On Wed, Jun 5, 2013 at 4:37 PM, scott bacon <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Hi Cab,
> I have had a statistics dashboard project on the back burner for a while. A
> few dashboards that come to mind, all of which appear to use different
> back-end technologies:
> IU School of Library and Information Science<
> Indianapolis Museum of Art <http://dashboard.imamuseum.org>
> University of Richmond<
> Hope this helps.
> On Wed, Jun 5, 2013 at 3:40 PM, Cab Vinton <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> > Come budget time, I invariably find myself working with the most
> > recent compilation of public library statistics put out by our State
> > Library -- comparing our library to peer institutions along a variety
> > of measures (support per capita, circulation per capita, staffing
> > levels, etc.) so I can make the best possible case for increasing/
> > maintaining our funding.
> > The raw data is in a Excel spreadsheet --
> > http://www.nh.gov/nhsl/lds/public_library_stats.html -- so this seems
> > ripe for mashing up, data visualization, online charting, etc.
> > Does anyone know of any examples where these types of library stats
> > have been made available online in a way that meets my goals of being
> > user-friendly, visually informative/ clear, and just plain cool?
> > If not, examples from the non-library world and/ or pointers to
> > dashboards of note would be equally welcome, particularly if there's
> > an indication of how things work on the back end.
> > Cheers,
> > Cab Vinton, Director
> > Sanbornton Public Library
> > Sanbornton, NH