Ensure your team is always informed of key metrics and insights. Get started creating and sharing data visualizations in MongoDB Charts with just a few clicks, without managing any software or infrastructure. Assemble dashboards with multiple charts using an intuitive UI. Charts built with live data will automatically update to give you a real-time view. Share dashboards so all the right people can see what you’re seeing, and allow editing so your team can collaborate or provide view-only access for those who just need visibility.
Spend more time on what decisions to make from insights, and less time on how to find insights. MongoDB Charts makes analytics for JSON data simpler by natively supporting the richness of the document model, including nested and hierarchical data. There’s no more flattening subdocuments and arrays into the tabular structures needed by traditional BI tools.
Hands-on learning with the MongoDB Charts sample dashboard
Customer story: Data-driven product innovation at Meltwater using MongoDB Atlas and Charts
Demo: Intro to MongoDB Charts by Charts Lead Developer, Thomas Rueckstiess
How to Build an Animated Timeline Chart with the MongoDB Charts Embedding SDK
MongoDB Podcast: Ep. 20, MongoDB Charts with Matt Fairbrass and Tom Hollander
For more information on Charts pricing, please visit the pricing page.
Yes! In fact, you can kick off with Charts for free, simply by signing up for MongoDB Cloud, and activating Charts. You’ll see a welcome screen with two prompts upon launching Charts from MongoDB Atlas: Connect Your Data and Explore with Sample Data. Simply choose the second option and the sample dashboard will be ready and waiting. There are a few other sample datasets in MongoDB Atlas that you can explore as well.
Yes. Charts is fully integrated with Atlas Data Lake, so you can easily add your data lakes as a data source in Charts, and take advantage of Atlas Data Lake’s federated query to visualize data from across Atlas clusters, databases, and AWS S3 buckets.
Because MongoDB Charts is fully integrated with MongoDB Atlas, there is no need to extract data from the database via API, connector or file export. Most data visualization or BI tools prefer data in a tabular or structured format. However, Charts is designed for the richness of JSON formatted data, so there’s no need for transforming MongoDB data. The only setup required is selecting which Atlas cluster(s) to connect Charts to, so effectively, “loading” data can be done in just a couple of clicks.
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