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About Simple Table Widgets

The Simple Table Widget organizes data into a table with one or more metrics as columns and the values of a field from the dataset as rows.
Simple Table widget

Field Type Compatibility

The Simple Table Widget is compatible with the following field types:

  • Number Set
  • Date
  • Text Set
  • Multi-Answer Text Set
  • Drill Down
  • Field Group

Only fields with the above type will be available when selecting the Rows for the Simple Table Widget.

Widget Customization

Add Calculation

Clicking Add Calculation under the selected rows adds a calculation column to the table. The default calculation is Sum. Sum displays the total for each column in the Sum row. Clicking the calculation box allows you to pick a different Aggregate Function. The available calculations are: Sum, Average, Maximum, and Minimum.

Qtip: Any averages generated in this fashion will be unweighted.

Row and Column options in righthand editing pane

Formatting Rules

Adding Formatting Rules to your metric allows you to specify how values in a certain range are formatted on the Simple Table. This is useful if you would like to be able to easily differentiate cells on the table based on their value. To access Formatting Rules:

  1. Click the desired metric.
    image of how to access formatting rules for a metric in a simple table
  2. Select the Options tab at the top of the metric window.
  3. Click Edit Rules under Formatting Rules.
  4. Click Add Rule to add a new Formatting Rule.
    image of the add rule button in the formatting rules window
  5. Configure your rule. Use the A button to specify the formatting you’d like to apply. Select a condition from the dropdown and enter a numeric value in the entry box.
    image of the formatting rules editor screen
  6. Use the + sign to add additional formatting rules and the sign to delete rules.