MongoDB Charts, now available in beta, is the fastest and easiest way to create visualizations of MongoDB data. Connect to any MongoDB instance as a data source, create charts and graphs, build dashboards, and share them with other users for collaboration.
Produce insights quickly by visually exploring your data
Track KPIs in real time with dashboards, giving you an up-to-the-minute view of your business
Work with complex data
MongoDB Charts natively supports the richness of the document model, including nested and hierarchical data: no more flattening subdocuments and arrays into the tabular structures needed by traditional BI tools. MongoDB Charts makes data manipulation user-friendly by presenting operations that make sense for each data type.
Fully integrated with MongoDB Atlas
MongoDB Charts is now integrated with MongoDB Atlas, allowing you to quickly create visualizations of your Atlas data without needing to deploy or manage any software or infrastructure.
Connect to any data source securely
Connect to any collection in your Atlas clusters, or if you have installed Charts locally, to any MongoDB database you have access to in Atlas or elsewhere. Control access to your data sources within Charts: make them private, open to all users of your Charts deployment, or shared only with select users.
Build dashboards and charts
Explore your data, quickly building visualizations with an intuitive UI. Assemble dashboards with multiple charts, including charts built from different data sources for at-a-glance information across all of your operational data. When your charts are built from live data, dashboards will automatically update to give you a real-time view.
Share dashboards and collaborate
Share dashboards so all the right people can see what you’re seeing. Allow editing for collaboration or just view-only access for visibility. Use dashboards for collaborative analysis or presentation of results.
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