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Dashboards optimised for humanitarians
Linked to the common operational datasets to automatically generate maps. Just include PCodes.
HXLDash uses HXL to give intelligent suggestions which allows dashboards to be built in 2 minutes.
50% of data products are printed hard copies in the field. HXLDash provides easy print formats for all dashboards.
HXLDash aims to make dashboards 10% the filesize as other popular providers so they work in low bandwidth areas
Free and Open Source
HXLDash is free to use with no sign up required and the code is open source for everybody to access.
Integrates with the HXL ecosystem
HXLDash integrates seamlessly with the HXL ecosystem such as the HXL Proxy to create fast automated workflows
Create an online sharable dashboard in less than 2 minutes. Watch the example video below to see how easy it is.
Please refer to our help section to get started.
For the Alpha test of this product the team has decided to host no data on the HXLDash server. To find out more about this approach, it's limitations and plans for the future read more here.
Please complete this Google form with your question or reach out to Simon Johnson on Twitter. Your query will be answered as soon as possible.
HXL Dash is project developed and hosted by the British Red Cross. Initial development was sponsered by the Centre for Humanitarian Data. The principle developer is Simon Johnson.