19 Yellowfin Blogs to wrap up 2014

by | Dec 11, 2014

YF_LOGOOur journey into the world of CloudBI has been an awesome one this year and Yellowfin like AWS has been a cornerstone of our offering. In exciting news we now have customers who utilise our hosted Yellowfin managed service and earlier in the year we enjoyed showcasing our own work via presenting pre-election analysis of the sentiment towards political party leaders on twitter – loads of fun. This week we launched the first of many plug-in’s we have in development a Meshblock level GeoSpatial Pack providing New Zealand map data at three levels along with Statistics from the 2013 census. You can read all about the Yellowfin NZ GeoPack here.
Yellowfin has proven to be a flexible Business Intelligence toolset with an awesome organisation behind the tool. We have enjoyed discovering new features, ¬†developing add-on widgets, and providing insight via dashboards, reports and infographics. We have a suite of Yellowfin demonstrations to share now and our team have enjoyed the range of webinar’s and training opportunities offered throughout the year – feel free to ask and we will happily show you what Yellowfin is capable of.
With our usual collaborative and sharing style we have prepared 19 blogs in 2014 on a range of Yellowfin topics – tips and tricks, how-to insight, security models, installation and feature use instructions, alongside other updates on Yellowfin as our journey progressed.
We hope you found these as useful as we have done and wanted to wrap up the year with a blog roll of the 19 Yellowfin related Blogs published in 2014:
Installing Yellowfin on Amazon EC2
Yellowfin Webinar РReporting 
Uploading a CSV file into Yellowfin
Yellowfin permissions for CSV Uploads
Embedding a Yellowfin Report
Creating a Sorting a Month Field in Yellowfin 7
Yellowfin 7 Tutorial, Part 1 – Yellowfin Navigation
Yellowfin 7 Tutorial, Part 2 – Creating a Chart
Setting up Yellowfin on iOS and Android
5 Reasons I am looking forward to Yellowfin 7.1
Yellowfin Guides
Overcoming BI Barriers with Yellowfin
Customising Login Page for Yellowfin
Yellowfin makes a Noob feel welcome
Using a custom header and footer in Yellowfin
Yellowfin makes changing view names seemless
Want to play with Yellowfin? How to use the Yellowfin Demo Site
Securing Content in Yellowfin
What type of Data Visualisation is right for you?
Watch this space for more on Yellowfin in 2015! enjoy. Vic.

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