Introduction To Plutora Analytics

Plutora Analytics has new cubes and users will experience better security and performance, as we have configured servers to cache data for a maximum of 30 minutes using Tableau’s inbuilt data caching functionality.

Over the next few months, Plutora Analytics (driven by Tableau) will be replacing Report Center (driven by Logi) as Plutora and Plutora Test’s embedded analytics platform.

“Tableau helps people see and understand data. Explore with limitless visual analytics, then share your work and enable anyone to transform data into actionable insights.”

Customers using Logi reported the following challenges:

  • Hard-coded data selection.
  • Slow performance.
  • Limited filtering and calculation.
  • Poor visualization customization.
  • Errors and instability.

Plutora Analytics solves those challenges to allow:

  • Time as a filter.
  • Complex filters.
  • Multiple metrics.
  • Flexible visualization.
  • Multiple data sets.

Plutora Analytics is based on a data warehouse, refreshed hourly, with the data structured into cubes. See the Plutora and Plutora Test data cubes and the fields inside them to help you find fields and structure your queries.

To get started, create a workbook using Plutora Analytics.

Please remove the following extensions from your browser before using Plutora Analytics: Grammarly, Honey, and Snap&Read Universal.

Also, see the help files, user forum, release notes, and videos created by Tableau to help users with their product.

The following Plutora user permissions and Plutora Test user permissions are required for Plutora Analytics: Analytics Admin for administrators, Analytics Analyst for report creators, and Analytics Viewer for those who only view reports.

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