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Generate a Gap Analysis Matrix Demo

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Gap Analysis Matrices are diagrams and dashboards of essential value. Using Dragon1 software, you can generate a visualization using an Excel sheet, a template, and a JSON-API and focus on high-quality data, resulting in great analysis.

Above, you see an interactive example of a generated Gap Analysis in the Viewer. The Dragon1 Viewer is an application that can be used on, but it can also be embedded on any website or be run locally on your laptop or server.

You can also have such a generated Gap Analysis Matrix by doing the Dragon1 Demo steps.

We have provided an Excel Sheet you can use to generate your own Gap Analysis Matrix with on Dragon1.

Example Gap Analysis Matrix

You can make use of the buttons on the button bar to switch on and off a category of items.

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An example .dragon1 File:

Dragon1 Example Gap Analysis

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Do the Demo with a Data Visualization Template

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Click on the Demo Steps

  • Step 1 Download Excel Sheet Download the example data in an Excel sheet here (or green button). Open the Excel sheet, go to the Concepts tab, edit the names of some Concepts, and save your changes.
  • Step 2 Upload Excel SheetSelect the Excel sheet from your download folder (click here or blue button). And see your updated Gap Analysis Matrix diagram in the Viewer.
  • Step 3 Draw ShapesClick the Edit button (bottom button bar) and drag a shape from the Clip Art panel onto the canvas.
  • Step 4 Export to ExcelClick the Export button (top button bar) and export the data to the Excel sheet.
  • Step 5 View Excel SheetOpen the Excel sheet and check if you see the updated data or new tabs.
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