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Heat/Tree Map Add-On for SharePoint 2010

Posted by Alan on January 12, 2010

With PerformancePoint Services 2010, Microsoft has removed some functionality that was available to us via the ProClarity components — Heat/Tree Maps and Scatter Diagrams.  

So my question  to all of you is that if someone developed a Silverlight Heat/Tree Map web part similar to the ProClarity component, that came with an interface to map into a SSAS cube that a consultant could use (i.e., no development work) and that would work with SharePoint 2010 would you buy it?  We know it can be done and if there is a market for it we might be willing to create a for-resale product.  

And, assuming the web part allowed unlimited usage within a single SharePoint deployment, how much would you be willing to pay?   Keep in mind that this would be (in the first release) a stand-alone webpart and not fully integrated with PerformancePoint Services.

So if it is something that might interest you, either post a comment here or drop me a line and if we get enough interest we might take on the project.

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5 Responses to “Heat/Tree Map Add-On for SharePoint 2010”

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  2. Shaun said

    I think the heat maps are heavily used in ProClarity if was going to ditch ProClarity for sharepoint analytics then I’d probably at least want the same functionality.

    Also what about a geographical heat map component that ues bing maps! Perhaps with a time slider so I can watch how my heat map blushes and fades over a time period.

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