Yandex DataLens

Data visualization and analytics.

A simple interface for visualizing data
Quickly create a separate chart to test a hypothesis or build a full-fledged dashboard with key business metrics for the entire team.
Public dashboards
Visualize your data and make it public1. DataLens lets you share dashboards and embed visualizations in external portals.
Store in-demand data
Set up automatic uploading of frequently used data. This reduces the burden on the data source and helps charts and tables load faster.
Use various data sources
Connect your data and use unique connectors or datasets from the Marketplace. You can combine data from multiple sources in one dashboard or chart.
Billing
Billing based on actual consumption rather than the number of users. Data visualization from internal sources and Yandex.Cloud managed databases is free for all users.

Scenarios for getting started with DataLens

ClickHouse data visualization

As a data source, you can select a ClickHouse database and configure an analytical dashboard.

Upload and visualize Yandex.Metrica data via the Logs API

Logs API technology lets you get non-aggregated Yandex.Metrica data, process it, and use it in analytical tasks.

Publish a chart with a map from a CSV file to DataLens Public

You can use DataLens to grant public access to your charts and dashboards.

Questions and answers

What visualization tools are available in DataLens?

You can analyze your data as a table, diagram, chart, or map, such as a heat map, and combine them in dashboards.

You can analyze your data as a table, diagram, chart, or map, such as a heat map, and combine them in dashboards.

What is a dataset?

A dataset describes a set of data and its structure. DataLens creates a dataset based on a data source that has a connection.

A dataset describes a set of data and its structure. DataLens creates a dataset based on a data source that has a connection.

What data types can be visualized?

DataLens uses different data sources with various field data types. To enhance data management, it converts the source data types to its own.

DataLens uses different data sources with various field data types. To enhance data management, it converts the source data types to its own.

How do I share my data?

With DataLens Public, you can publish your charts or dashboards so that any user can view published objects without authorization. You can also embed published charts into a website. For example, see Coronavirus: Statistics.

With DataLens Public, you can publish your charts or dashboards so that any user can view published objects without authorization. You can also embed published charts into a website. For example, see Coronavirus: Statistics.

How do I pay for using DataLens?

DataLens is billed based on actual consumption, not the number of users who have access to the system. The pricing policy was designed so that small companies could use DataLens under the free plan (up to 166 hours per month). You can increase the limits by switching to the paid version.

DataLens is billed based on actual consumption, not the number of users who have access to the system. The pricing policy was designed so that small companies could use DataLens under the free plan (up to 166 hours per month). You can increase the limits by switching to the paid version.

By transitioning to Yandex.Cloud, we were able to use DataLens to aggregate and visualize data from different sources, reduce our maintenance costs, and provide all departments with access to reporting. This made our employees less dependent on the IT department.
Egor Orlov,
Business Development Manager
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