Create a dashboard
To create a dashboard and display its table of contents, follow these steps:
Click Create → Dashboard in the upper-right corner of your workbook page.
Give a name to your dashboard and click Create.
This configuration is a segment in the overall description of Visualization assets in the workbook. For the complete tutorial, see Use Visualization API.
A dashboard is the final asset to describe when creating a configuration for the contents of your workbook. The reason for this is that the dashboard must contain the descriptions of all the charts and widgets you want to add to it.
The structure of the dashboard description is the following:
Describe the first tab. Any dashboard must contain at least a single tab.
Describe the items in a tab:
id. It must be unique within the workbook.
kind- the type of element to put into the tab container
tabs- the element's credentials.
For example, a
booleanresponsible for hiding or displaying the element's title in the dashboard.
placement. Described with integer numbers for the following coordinate values:
The placement grid consists of
36columns, each height unit equals
Yparameters start from
x- the position on the horizontal axis.
y- the position on the vertical axis.
w- the width of the element.
h- the height of the element.
- name: main_dash dashboard: tabs: - title: Default id: default items: - id: tiid_chart_0 element: kind: charts_container tabs: - id: wtid_ch_area_sales_per_week_per_cat chart_name: ch_area_sales_per_week_per_cat hide_title: true placement: x: 0 y: 2 w: 9 h: 9 ignored_connections: 
Display the table of contents
In the breadcrumbs line on top of your dashboard page, click → Contents.
Add charts and widgets
On your dashboard, you can add previously created charts.