Hi, is there a solution for dynamically filtering top results in a Sumo table? Example - Top 10 items in terms of revenue. I know how to do it in a regular table card, but was wondering if there were a way to do this in a Sumo table.
Can anybody help @kingaaronj out?Thanks!
Hello @kingaaronj,Sadly there is not a way to do this in a Sumo card, without creating a new column. We can use a dataflow and create a ranking column. Based off of this ranking we can use it as a filter in the sumo card. For example this would be the query we would use in a MySQL dataflow:
SELECTa.*,@rank:= @rank + 1 AS `Rank`FROM your_dataset a,(SELECT @rank:=0) bORDER BY ___
Now that you have a rank column, you can use it as a filter in your Sumo card.
Thank you @ilikenno. I'll give this a shot.
@kingaaronj, did @ilikenno's reply help you out?