Details of working in a table with metrics
Modified on: Fri, 22 Feb, 2019 at 10:27 AM
Data is generally displayed in a table or a chart. (See Working with Panels for more information.) In a table you can do the following:
In various tables, you can click through on the metrics displayed, offering more details.
It can be as simple as a diagram, or as complex as a complete overview of organization details with many more options to choose from.
The ability to click through is always indicated by a different color and when you mouse-over the selection you see the link.
The click may also lead to external information, such as a link to Google Maps, Fonecta Finder or other additional information.
Generally, you can click on the column header to sort the data. Next to the column header, a small arrow shows the order in which the data is sorted.
If the data holds more than 10 lines (or another chosen number), the date is divided in several pages.
Here you see which rows you are looking at and the total number of rows. In the sample above you see the first 10 rows of a total of 11 rows.
When you select a long time period and many rows, the data can take a while to display as your browser needs to download and show a large dataset from Snoobi's servers.
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