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Available Studio View components

The following component categories and related components are available in the new Studio experience:


You can add the following KPI focused components to your Views:

  • KPI card: Display a detailed KPI card for a single KPI within your View.

  • KPI list: Display a list of relevant KPIs for the View, with both display only and interactive KPI lists available.

    In this example, a KPI list has been added to the View:

Process visualization

You can use the following components to visually display your processes:

  • Case explorer: The case explorer component allows you to show detailed information about the cases listed in your Data Model within your Studio View. You can then click individual cases to View their time stamped activity history (mapped from the activity table in your Data Model). For more information about case explorer component, see: Case Explorer.

  • Network explorer: The network explorer (formerly Object Link) component allows you to examine how objects are related across your business. By choosing different dimensions, you can explorer your object-to-object relationships by country, plant, material, or distribution and the KPI to display for each object. For more information about configuring the network explorer component, see: Network Explorer.

  • Process explorer: This components enables you to visually display the key stages involved in a process and the data associated with each stage (such as number of cases). For more information about the process explorer component, see: Process Explorer.

    Below is an example of a process explorer component:


Display your data using highly customizable and interactive tables. You can also use tables within the new Studio experience to overlay a linked View within your View. This allows you to reference data from an existing View within your package.

For more information about configuring your tables, see: Tables.

For more information about displaying an overlaid View within your View, see: Linked Views.

Category charts

Display your data using highly customizable and interactive category based charts.

You can select from the following category chart types:

  • Bar

  • Grouped bar

  • Pie / donut

  • Stacked bar

For more information, see: Charts.

Time series chart

Display your data using a time series chart, helping you to compare and analyze data over a defined time period.

You can select from the following category chart types:

  • Columns

  • Grouped columns

  • Stacked columns

  • Columns & lines

  • Lines

For more information, see: Charts.


Distribution charts

View your data as a histogram, showing the frequency distribution of continuous variables. To show this distribution, your data is divided into groups (known as buckets') on the x-axis, while the y-axis shows the frequency (count) based on the data that falls in each bucket.

For more information, see: Charts.

Filter components

These components allow app viewers to filter the data displayed in the View.

You can select from the following filter components:

  • Date range: Allow app viewers to show data based on their selected date range.

  • Filter dropdown: Use the filter dropdown to filter your View by a value(s) from your data model tables.

    For example, the following View uses a number of dropdown filters:

  • Quick filter: Use the quick filter component to quickly generate buttons that filter your View by a value from one of your data model tables.

User inputs and buttons

These components allow you to add interactive elements to your View, such as buttons to click and dropdowns to select data from.

  • Button: Use buttons to trigger interactions within your Views, such as routing users to other Views or updating variables.

    For example, the following View includes a button for the user to open further analytics:


    Buttons can also be used to display overlays of existing Views within the current View. For more information, see: Linked Views.

  • Input box: Store free text user inputs inside string and number variables using the input box.

    Use the input box to allow your users to freely define the values for the parameters that impact your App. This without needing to choose from an option previously defined in the application.

  • Input dropdown: Use the input dropdown to store a value or query object inside a variable based on a user selection from a list.

    For example, enable app viewers to modify the behavior of their app based on what they select from within the dropdown:

Object specific details

These components allow you to add information linked to objects in your knowledge model.

You can select from the following object specific details:

  • Attribute list: This components allows you to display multiple attributes in your View.

  • Comments: The comment component allows app viewers to add text-based comments within a View. These comments are associated with individual rows in a Data Model table, so you must provide an identifier definition for the respective table in the Data Model before configuring your comments component.

    To learn how you configure your comments component, see: Comments.

Design elements
  • Container: Containers allow you to visually combine new and existing components in your View, either on a white or transparent background.

    In the following example, a white container has been used to visually combine related column chart and pie chart:


    You can either drag and drop the container component to your View and then add components to it. Or you can use keyboard shortcuts (SHIFT+CNTL or SHIFT+CMD) to select multiple components at once and then click Wrap into container:

  • Text box: Here you can add a text box to your View, with text formatting, placeholders, and variables included.