Presentation variables allow dashboard viewers to customize their visualizations on the fly. Dashboard developers can guide their viewers with predefined input options. Follow this guide to steer users in the right direction as they self-serve.
A frequent request in the BI world is comparing a metric over time. Has this metric improved, worsened, or stayed the same in the last week, month, or year?
This article explains how Incorta handles these Time Intelligence scenarios.
When a user sets a presentation variable, the value is stored in a named variable. Until that named variable is referenced somewhere in the dashboard, the user will not see any changes to their view. Let’s explore three ways to utilize presentation variables.
The Incorta SQL Interface, known as SQLi, is an integral part of Incorta that allows external clients to connect and integrate with the Incorta data platform. External BI tools like Power BI, Tableau, and Microstrategy can harness the data in incorta with the PostgreSQL JDBC connector and with the speed of Incorta Direct Data Mapping and Spark.
The Rich Text Insight is a new Incorta insight that enables users to add rich text content to their dashboards. The rich text visualization gives you access to a What-You-See-Is-What-You-Get (WYSIWYG) text editor. Incorta stores the rich...