'What If' scenarious can be an extremely valuable analytical tool to predict probable outcomes for our business. In Bime with the simple panel slider, it is easy to set up global variables and then change values on the fly to execute predictive analysis. Here is how...Read More
Dual axes give you the option to display two measures with two quantitative scales on a single axis (either the x or the y axis) regardless of their units. Learn how to add a dual axis to your visualization in Bime.Read More
With the cold weather lots of us are experiencing (including here at Bime HQ in Montpellier) what better to do than stay inside, pitch up next to a roaring fire/office radiator and watch some videos. LUCKILY for you we have just added 60 new 'How to' videos to the demos page. The videos are mainly screencasts created by our support team in response to real customer questions we've had. So as they say, if you've got a problem, chances are you're not the the only one and we may well have a screencast ready made to help.
We built Bime very much with ease-of-use for the user in mind, to be used by those who make the business decisions without the need for specialist IT knowledge. Find out how Bime let's you mine your own business now by trying it out for yourself!
Does your dashboard have some great visualizations but just need a bit of tailoring to get it looking up to scratch. Luckily Bime is here to help with 11 simple tips to improve the overall look and ease-of-use of a dashboard.Read More
One of the features we recently introduced to Bime is Single Sign On (SSO). SSO is a way to authenticate Bime users based on third party identity providers, thus Bime users don't have to type their login / password to log in making the process more secure and more convenient.
Read all about it here!Read More
Sometimes you just want to analyze data stored in Text Files. Bime gives all the flexibility you need to extract from any CSV and flat files that you may encounter.
When you connect to a CSV file, you'll need to edit the parameters to make sure bime reads the file properly.
Here is a step by step on how to do this.Read More