Save a Visualization

Save a Visualization

Saving visualizations in your ecosystem allows you to use them in dashboards, reports, and member profiles.

How to Save a Visualization (Network Map or Chart)

You can start in the visualization library or directly in the network analyzer while looking at maps and charts. These instructions begin with the library.

Start by logging into PARTNER CPRM and open your ecosystem.

1. Click the small arrow next to "Dashboards" on the left side of the screen within the ecosystem navigation menu.

2. Click "Visualizations" in the dropdown menu below 'Dashboards."

3. Click "Add" at the top of the page, then click "Chart" in the dropdown menu that opens.



4. You will be brought to the Network Analyzer.

5. Use the Analyzer settings to create a network map or chart that meets your needs.

6. When you are finished, click the save icon button on the top right of the page. 



7. Give the visualization a name and click "Ok."

8. Click "Visualizations" to return to the library. Your new map or chart should be listed there to view, edit, or delete.

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