Definición de dashboard en inglés:


Saltos de línea: dash|board
Pronunciación: /ˈdaʃbɔːd


  • 1The panel facing the driver of a vehicle or the pilot of an aircraft, containing instruments and controls: Scott looked at the clock on the dashboard
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    • If these features are available, they should be easily configurable via a simple electronic control panel on vehicle dashboards, and the defaults should favor quiet and discretion.
    • Many devices today, from cell phones and laptop computers to automobile dashboards and aircraft instruments, contain wires and components bonded to plastic substrates that can bend without damaging the electronics.
    • Controls on the dashboard allow the driver to turn the display on or off, select which information to display or adjust the image format.
  • 1.1A graphical summary of various pieces of important information, typically used to give an overview of a business: an executive dashboard enables a CEO to see bank balances, the top five customers, accounts receivable, and accounts payable
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    • Like a business that can track all of its units in real-time on a dashboard, the government could aggregate data to spot trends.
    • The results are displayed as a dashboard for business managers and from this it is possible for technical staff to drill down to identify specific problems in the network.
    • Executives can be alerted to the risks the business is facing by the use of dashboards.
  • 1.2A home page on a website giving access to different elements of the site’s functionality: the main line graph in the dashboard shows daily traffic to our site over the past 30 days
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    • The dashboard shows all your email messages, when they were sent, when they were read and how much time elapsed between the two events.
    • The dashboard shows alerts and errors at a glance.
    • Stats collection has been temporarily turned off, so you will not see your post count or recent posts updating on your dashboard or profile.
  • 2 historical A board of wood or leather in front of a carriage, to keep out mud.

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