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Configuring Table Chart Styles

A table helps you analyze, organize, summarize, and display targeted results for large data sets. Tables are also useful for creating and showing unweighted cross tabulations. Tables automatically counts, summarizes, and sorts your data. The resulting output can be used to produce focused reports and other summaries, as needed. Tables also include the Raw Data Table chart style, which allows you to view your data in it's simplest form. To configure your charts, see the following:

Configuring Table charts

Configuring Raw Data Table charts

To configure Table chart settings

This chart type is supported by all the data sources except Cloudera Search. It is supported by Solr v5.2 and higher.

If needed, you can add calculations for your metrics.

  1. Navigate to the data source of your choice.
  2. Select the Charts tab.
  3. Select the Tables chart style.
  4. Configure the settings as follows:
    • Specify the name of the chart and add a description.
    • Select the row attributes on which the table is based.
    • Select the column attributes.
    • Select the metrics and corresponding functions if required.
    • Select metric direction.
    • Rows - select this option if you want to get the metrics listed under Rows
    • Columns - select this option if you want to get the metrics listed under Columns
  5. Specify the number of rows per page.
  6. Select Save to make your changes.

To configure Raw Data Table chart settings

This chart type is based on at least one metric and one attribute and is supported by all data sources except the Fusion data source.

  1. Navigate to the data source of your choice.
  2. Select the Charts tab.
  3. Select Raw Data Table chart style.
  4. Configure the settings as follows:
  5. Columns- By default, all data columns are selected. You can display all columns or select only the ones that you want to see. The columns available are all the data columns you can visualize on your chart.
  6. Specify the chart name and description, if desired.
  7. Select Save to make your changes.

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