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LogBI client components' editions
The LogBI client editions and their respective features are described in the following table: HMI denotes "HMI Edition", TRMN denotes "Terminal" and STDR denotes "Standard":
# Feature Description LGHT STDR ENTR
1 Data location The location of the data source used for storing data for analyses and reports
2 Ad-hoc Analyses Display any number of predefined analyses (charts, tables and dashboards) side by side; apply filters and interact
3 Advanced user interaction with tables Drill-down/up, Multi-sort, Excel-style filtering, Grouping by drag-drop, Summaries, Search, Conditional formatting etc'
4 Advanced user interaction with charts Zoom, Drill-down/up, Axis scaling, Data-points tooltips, series selection, etc'
5 Office 2007 look & feel Including Ribbon and Multi-tab interface
6 One click refresh for all analyses After filters are changed by the user, one click refreshes all open reporting-elements
7 Filter-sets save and load Allow the user to save and reload filter sets
8 Support for dictionaries translation Information displayed in charts and tables is translated according to dictionaries supplied by the user
9 Print ad-hoc analyses Easily print any chart grid or dashboard
10 Create Ad-hoc reports Aggregate any number of open ad-hoc analyses into a report, save it as a file (PDF, Excel, Image, PPT files) and distribute it
11 Create reports from templates Load a report template to generate a report, then save or distribute it
12 Online/Offline work modes Allows users to switch between local and remote data sources and display analyses accordingly
13 Online/Offline work modes Allows users to switch between local and remote data sources and display analyses accordingly
14 Machines/Locations tree navigation Allows navigation higher hierarchies to create high-level, enterprise-wide views of the underlying data
15 Manual data upload Manually uploading data to the LogBI database on the LogBI server. Allows collecting data from a machine which is not equipped with any of LogBI components
16 Non-administrator installation No administrator privileges are required for installation
17 Data collection agent Automatically collect and transmit data from locally connected machine to remote LogBI server (data collector component)
18 Integration API Allow other software applications to communicate with raw and analyzed data
19 Rebranding Allow matching GUI with that of another application which calls LogBI for analyses and reports