As of mPulse 56, the DSWB integration allows users to access DSWB resources through the mPulse widgets.
You have the following features:
- Use of the same mPulse authentication credentials, which are defined in https://mpulse.soasta.com.
- Access multiple DSWB notebooks in mPulse through multiple DSWB widgets.
- DSWB charts react to DateTime and Domain filters. The Treemaps react to DateTime, Domain, and Country filters. Note that multiple mPulse widgets cannot be created from the same notebook.
- Set mPulse-specific notebooks with charts and chart version numbers in DSWB for the mPulse widget.
DSWB - Create a Notebook by Duplicating a Prebuilt Template
To use the DSWB integration, you create a notebook by duplicating a read-only prebuilt template. Note that if you want to create a widget from an existing notebook, you have to recreate them in the mPulse Notebook Format.
- In DSWB, go to Files > Prebuilt Notebooks > mPulse.
If you open a notebook and want to return to the file tree, then click the DSWB logo as pointed below.
- Select a prebuilt notebook that you want to use as a template.
- Click the Duplicate button, and accept the duplication message.
- The duplicated notebook is saved under the mPulse folder. Ensure that you move this duplicated notebook from mPulse folder to your desired folder.
- Some notebooks require that you edit it to include additional information, such as conversion group.
- Save your notebook.
mPulse - How to Create a DSWB External Data Source
- In mPulse, go to Central > Monitoring > External Data Sources to create a new external data source.
- Fill out the following information:
- Enter a name.
- Choose the Data Science Workbench Type.
- Type the URL of your DSWB instance.
- Click the Test Connection button to ensure that the connection was successful.- Click Ok.
mPulse - How to Add a DSWB Widget Into a Dashboard
- Go to Central > Dashboards.
- Create a new Dashboard or open an existing custom dashboard.
- Click the Widget Selection button.
- Expand the external data source that you have created in the previous steps.
- Find the desired notebook, then expand it to see the chart type(s).
- Double-click or drag the chart type to add the widget to your dashboard.