Whether you need a quick peek at industry and market data or just don’t have time to maintain your own sources of data, NFPA’s Stats Dashboard meets your data analysis needs. The Stats Dashboard is a web-based, interactive tool that allows you to create customized graphs from NFPA data sources. Your graphs are saved to your custom dashboard and are only accessible through your personal stats dashboard homepage. All graphs are automatically updated to display the latest data collected by NFPA.
The more NFPA market programs your company participates in, the more data sources you can use to build your graphs. The following market programs are currently available to use within the Stats Dashboard.
- Confidential Shipment Statistics (CSS)
- Customer Market File (CMF)
- Customer Market Survey (CMS)
- NFPA Forecast Report: U.S. Customer Markets
- NFPA Global Fluid Power Report and Forecast
Take advantage of this convenient tool today!
Click HERE for a quick walk-through of how to set up and view your custom dashboard.
Questions? Problems? Contact Eric Armstrong at (414) 778-3372 or e-mail email@example.com
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