Just wanted to share some really nice example 311 Dashboards, built on Operations Dashboard for ArcGIS. These are real, live customer apps!
You can learn more about Operations Dashboard here,
They're very nice dashboard. Thanks for sharing!
I'm just curious about the dashboard from the City of Baton Rouge, LA. How can they make those tabs separately and the general filter? Is there any custom coding involved?
The tabs are created by stacking Dashboard elements, and the general filter is enabled with selectors. All of this can be done with configuration, no coding needed.
Hope this helps,
I don't own these Dashboards, nor did I create them. All were shared with me via several different methods. So unfortunately, I can't comment on your question about the data sources. Sorry.
Did you have a specific question that you wanted to ask?
I was just trying to determine if all of the data was coming from the same feature service, or if they were somehow displaying data based upon other layers.
For example, I have a layer of Storm Damage points and a layer of county boundaries. I want to show how many points are in each county on my dashboard.
Our data is available at 311 Citizen Requests for Service | Open Data BR
We are using a few boundaries layers in order to do spatial filters.
I built a web map for every category of 311 call and added the boundary layers to each:
I hope this helps.
Awesome integrating 311 calls and building a beautiful Dashboard. I am looking to doing something similar. Some of my clients use 311 for public works request and etc. I was just wanted to know how you are integrating 311 calls that update in your Dashboard and are you using python to automate and create points every time you get a new 311 service call or are field workers using Survey123 or collector? We are using AGOL to host Dashboards and other web maps. Thank you in advance for any help you can provide.
I work with the City of Baton Rouge and made the 311 Citizen Request for Service dashboard.
Thank you for highlighting our dashboard! It's always nice to have your work recognized.
If anyone has any questions I'd be happy to share any tips or tricks.