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In this course, author Tom Geller demonstrates how to use the Views module and other add-ons in Drupal to present dynamic, data-rich content. This course examines several real-world examples of effective data visualization and describes the Drupal data-storage model. The course also shows how to create, format, and style views; control access to data; improve data administration with Views Bulk Operations; and display content as custom maps and slide shows.
Hi! I am on Tom Geller and this is Drupal 7 Reporting and Visualizing Data. Drupal is one of the most popular ways to publish information on the web, but what's not is well known is that it's a great way to collect, manage and display data from any source. You could collect news items about a topic that interests you, for example,. Best of all, you can mine data from any Drupal site you already have, fully unleashing its power. We will take advantage of features that are new to Drupal 7, such as Entities, and dive deeply into the Drupal add-on called Views.
When we're done, you'll hear how to turn an ordinary Drupal web site into a data driven one, that presents information clearly, dynamically and in engaging ways. Let's get started with Drupal 7 Reporting and Visualizing data.
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