The following screenshots demonstrate Visual Net’s rich functionality on two distinct datasets. The first deployment is a visualization of supply chain data for a global manufacturer and distributor of building supplies. The second is a map of clinical trial results from a biopharmaceutical company.

  1. Category size and color vary based on aggregate metadata. Users simply click the category to drill down and see more detail.
  2. Colored targets represent individual objects in the database. Color, size and shape vary based on metadata, so users can identify relevant information faster.
  3. Full category details and object details appear in the User Console on the left when a category or object is moused over.
  4. Users can filter which objects appear on the maps with one click.
  5. With a simple dropdown, users can change the visibility rule that determines which objects appear on the maps.
  6. A legend drops down when needed to remind users of the rules that create the visualization.
  7. Users can increase the number of objects on the map, or see the “next 10”.
  8. Users can perform keyword searches that still preserve context, and also conduct advanced searches, based on specific pieces of metadata.
  9. Categories and objects can be “landmarked” so users can quickly revisit important areas of the map.