Speed Gauges – An absolute No No




…..because they take up a lot of space to show just one data element. However, if you still want to go ahead, you may want to take a look at this. (Inspired by the speed gauge depicted on BusinessObjects, now a SAP company). You can download the file here.


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  1. Jon Peltier wrote:

    You really shouldn’t tempt people with a download. Even though they know better, given destructive technology, they’ll make use of it. It’s like telling Boris Badunov that he really shouldn’t use it, but here’s how to make an A-bomb.

  2. Heemanshu wrote:

    Hi,

    I just wanted to bring to you notice that the download file here option on page http://www.databison.com/speed-gauges-an-absolute-no-no/ is not working correctly

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