Similar to the notebooks available when creating Materialized Views, would it be possible to have saveable Notebooks that exist within Analyzer, such that end users would be able to create notebooks, run code in cells similar to Jupytr notebooks? Instead of using an IDE or a DB Visualizer tool to connect to Incorta's data, would it be possible to have these Notebooks running inside of Incorta? A direct comparison would be something like collaborative notebooks within Databricks. https://www.databricks.com/product/collaborative-notebooks You would notice that the look and feel is very similar to working out of a Notebook when creating a Materialized View, but the difference is a Dataframe need not be saved in order to continue using the notebook.
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As filters are applied at several levels it would be good to see some sort of filter bread-crumb /path that a user can easily see at the Insight level. At the moment, in order to create a filter and to problem solve issues with filters, a developer needs to understand how filters have been pre-applied at various levels of the dashboard construct. It is very easy to get lost during this process so having some form of indication of what filters have been applied would help to increase usability, and even improve the use of filters.
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