A table chart, also known as a data table or tabular chart, is a visual representation of data in a structured tabular format. It presents data in rows and columns, similar to a spreadsheet or database table. Table charts are commonly used to display and organize numerical or textual data in a clear and organized manner.
Table charts are versatile and can be used in various contexts, including data analysis, reporting, and comparison. They are particularly useful when you want to present detailed information or when precise values need to be displayed. Table charts allow viewers to scan and compare data easily, locate specific values, and make data-driven decisions based on the information presented in the table.
CREATE A TABLE CHART
Step 1: Access the Charts Section,
> On the top of the page, select the "Charts" option.
Step 2: Create a New Chart,
> On the Charts page, click on the "+Chart" button to initiate the creation of a new chart.
Step 3: Select a Dataset,
> In the "Dataset" section, click on the dropdown menu and select the dataset you want to use for your Time-Series Area chart.
Step 4: Select "Table Chart" as the Chart Type.
Step 5: Specify Your Metrics,
> Go to the "Metrics" section and click on the "Add" button.
> A dropdown menu will appear. Select the metric(s) you want to display in your table.
Step 6: Define Your Group By Columns,
> In the "Group By" section, click the "Add" button.
> A dropdown menu will appear with various options. Select the column(s) that you want to group your data by.
Step 7: Define Your Time Range,
> Set the range for your data in the "Time" section.
> This can be done by selecting the start and end dates, or by defining a relative time range, such as "Last Week" or "Last 30 days".
Step 8: Customize Your Table,
> Explore the customization options in Pluto Insights.
> You can set the table's page size, include a search box, or make other adjustments to suit your needs.
Step 9: Run Query,
> Click the "Run Query" button to generate your table based on the parameters you've set.
Step 10: Save Your Table,
> Click the "Save" button to save your table.
> You'll be prompted to provide a name for your table and, if you wish, a description.
> After you've filled these in, click "Save" again.
Your table will now be available under the "Charts" section for future reference.