Definition and examples
Tables are a group of Metrics that may be analyzed and compared together. It is composed of at least one metric and uses at least one dimension. Metrics in a Table may not have the same dimension, so the Table handles allocation/aggregation.
Examples of tables can be:
P&L: multiple metrics like Revenue, Cost, Margin, etc.
Project Costs: multiple type of metrics: hardware, staff, travel, etc.
Create a new table
To create a new table go to the "Block" section in the navigation bar of the application and click on "+New" and select "Table"
Here is an example of a table :
In the example above, you have 3 metrics called Product Price, Product Discount and Final price. These metrics are organized by Product Type and by Month. Month is set as Page and by default, all values are selected.
Adding metrics to a table
To add a metric to a table, go to the configure panel and scroll down to the metrics section. From here you can click on the "+" button and select a metric yo add it to the table, you can also create a new metric directly from the table.
To do so click on Create a new metric instead of selecting an existing one.
From here, name your metric, chose its data type. The set of dimension of the new metric will be the one visible in the current View.
What you can do with a table
Switch easily between a grid and a chart view using the button on the top left.
Export your data by clicking on the file icon