In this second part of the MySQL Connector tutorial for Google Data Studio, we will integrate new advanced charts in our dashboard. The final sales report is therefore expected to provide a complete analysis concerning the given company. Eventually, we will briefly introduce the phpMyAdmin interface to access our MySQL databases.
One of the most exciting aspects about Google Data Studio is its flexibility to accept data from several distinct sources. During this tutorial, we will explore the MySQL connector provided by the platform to access your MySQL database in order to create an interesting sales report, highlighting significant trends with charts and tables.
Once you become familiar with the Google Data Studio platform, the next natural step is to play with the breadth of available charts. They can be especially useful for highlighting trends and analysis of various kinds, making the final report much more useful and satisfying. In this tutorial, we will explore the main elements to customize your project.
Creating proper dashboards for data visualisation has now a crucial role to highlight interesting insights and support companies. Google Data Studio is a user-friendly tool to design attractive reports based on different database connectors. This tutorial shows the basic functionalities useful for beginners to start creating their own personal dashboards.