Data Studio V2.0 - Trend Analyse & Data Consumer Dashboards

Hi

On the help documentation, there is no update on Trend Analyse and Data Consumer Dashboards

If there is any information on how this works would be great.

I think this functionality might be what l need to do for reporting.

Thanks

Carolyn

Answers

  • Clinton JonesClinton Jones Experian Elite

    @Carolyn the analyze trends is being redone in v2 as part of the charting revamp and there are some dashboard options coming up @Adrian Westlake can connect with you and find a time that is mutually convenient to give you a preview of what we have in mind.

  • CarolynCarolyn Contributor

    Hi Thank you , he has contacted me. We will definitely like to take this up

    thanks

  • Ian BuckleIan Buckle Administrator

    Hi @Carolyn ,

    There are ways in the current version to be able to create consumable report that can be accessed by a consumer user. You can pipe any step, data or chart into a report step, if you select the expose to Data Consumer this report will be available to any consumer user as a clickable report (Note the workflow must be published).

    You can the preview this by clicking you user icon and switching to consumer user

    If you have published the workflow you will see the report and be able to explore

    A consumer user will only have this view but will be able to explore much like a view the data but not save anything.

    *A consumer user is a user roles setting that is assigned, the user will only see the interface like the screenshot above but needs permissions to the space to see reports.

  • Ian BuckleIan Buckle Administrator

    @Carolyn RE Trend Analysis, this is a little more tricky to do in the current iteration but not impossible to achieve.

    I've attached a dataset and workflow which shows an example of what you need to get the data to look like in order to represent this on a chart


    If you are wanting to use the data out of the Validate step you can transpose the data using a series of filters and splices to pivot the data, this could get a little cumbersome if you have a lot of rules but is achievable. Another optionis to utilise an extension called Transpose that can do this in one step. You could then make use of the multi batch feature to stack your results and add the batch timestampe.

    Transpose can turn data from this:


    to:


    You would then use a transform to rename the columns to the rule name

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