In this video, we'll cover off creating simple dashboards and Cognos analytics. We'll cover a variety of different methods for creating a visualization. Whether it's through our automatic generation, manually populating slots, or using our system. We will also cover off how you can filter within a Cognos Analytics dashboard. As I mentioned, as the data was uploaded, we took a look at the data and tried to understand what types of data were included, and that's denoted by the icon in front of each of these elements. Now in the case of order ID, we actually want to switch this up and change it. Change the properties from a measure to an identifier. With that done, let's go ahead and start to create some visualizations. It's simply grab for my tree and drag it onto the canvas. Now in this case, if I drop on top of the box, what it'll do is it'll fill the space available as denoted by the template. Next, look at the number of orders that we've by counting the number of order IDs that we have. Now in this case, it determined the best visualization for an identifier to be a list. We can go ahead and take a look at what other recommended visualizations. In this case, there aren't any, but we know we want to turn this into a summary so we can just go and manually select it. Next up, let's look at the quantity ordered and we'll finally finished with the average sale. In this case, I'll drag Sales onto the canvas, but what I'll do is I'll change our summarization from sum to average. So just like that, I now have a few KPIs to be able to monitor and track. The other way we can search create visualizations is by selecting the specific visualization we want and dragging it onto the canvas. In this case, I'm interested in looking at our sales across the world based on countries. In this case, I can find country. Alternatively, if I have a lot of data, I can simply start to type at the top. I'll see country comes to the surface. As we said, we wanted to take a look at sales. In this case, we look specifically at country, but as you can see, we can go further down in terms of latitude and longitude. Now with this, I can manually drag and drop to make this as big or as small as I want, and you'll see that we show percentages of how much real estate it's actually taking it out. Of course, each of our visualizations has a number of properties. We won't get into those in too much detail. But if there's something that you're looking to do, take a look at the properties and it's likely there. The final way that will show creating visualizations is through our assistant. Now in this case, I may have an idea of what I want to look at or I may not. If I don't, I can simply ask it to suggest questions. This will offer up some insight that I may not have been thinking about. In this case, we'll keep it simple. We'll just look at which product line has the top sales. With a click, I'm now presented with the visualization as well as alternatives based on that particular visualization. If I'm happy with a view, I can simply drag and drop this onto my canvas, and it now becomes a visualization alongside the others, I can continue to resize this. Now, all of our dashboard design are meant to be interactive. In this case, if I were interested in seeing the rest of my dashboard through the specific lines of classic cars, I can click on "Classic Cars" and you'll see that all my visualizations are now updating specifically with the filter of classic cars. Now this is one way that I can do it, and I can do it multiple clicks. Or alternatively, I can take that particular field and drop it in. If I were perhaps interested in a particular status, I could drag this into the all tabs or if I just want to be specific to this tab in here. Now with this, I'll be able to choose one or many. In this case, maybe we want to take a look at how much we have in the on-hold status. With that, we'll see again, all of these have been updated to reflect to simply the on-hold. It looks like from a world-wide view, we only have holds in a couple of countries which is positive. In the next video, we'll delve deeper into a few of the more advanced capabilities of the dashboard.