Hover over a column name in the Report table and click on the Sort icon in the tools overlay.
The selected column will initially sort in descending order. Click the sort icon again to sort in ascending order. The sort direction will be displayed next to the column name as shown below.
Applying global filters affect not only the main report table but any generated distribution graphs or pivot tables as well.
Hover over a column name in the Report table and click on the Filter icon in the tools overlay.
The Filter Condition box will open allowing you to enter the criteria for your ﬁlter. After inputting your ﬁlter criteria, click enter on your keyboard to implement.
You can apply multiple filters across different data columns and within the same column (e.g. "Greater than 1" and "Less than 10")
Filtered columns will display the filter symbol next to the column label.
To change the Logical operation of filters (AND, OR), click on the Filter icon located in the header of the UI then click on the "and" text between the filter conditions. This will toggle the logic from AND to OR.
To delete or remove a filter, click on the (x) next to the filter condition to remove a single filter, or click on the trash icon to remove all filters.
Applying local filters affect only the distribution graphs or pivot tables that the filter is entered from.
Within a distribution graph or pivot table, click on the plus symbol (+) found usually at the top of the table, chart or graph.
Use the dropdowns and fields that appear to enter your filter conditions.
Just like global filters, you can enter multiple local filters at the same time. In addition, you can click on the "and" text to change the logic to an "or" condition.
To remove any local filters, simply click on the (x) next to the filter condition.
Hover over a column name in the Report table and click on the Graph icon in the tools overlay.
Directly beneath the Report table, a Distribution graph will be generated based on the column data selected. If the data is numeric, then the graph will show distribution of counts by range. If the data is string, then the counts for each unique value will be shown.
Clicking on the Table icon will show the distribution data represented in table format.
For string data, clicking on the Pie Chart icon will show the distribution data as a pie chart.