AustinH

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  • Can you provide more context of what type of data sources you are pulling data from? Database, excel, csv? In the job settings, you will see the "Query" tab as an option in the "Data Source Property" section. Here you can input custom SQL to pull the data you want. If you are connected to a database, you can simply create…
  • You are able to combine different datasets in a workbench job to load as one dataset into Domo. The basic way to do this would be by using a UNION or UNION ALL inbetween select statements for each dataset. With unions, you will need to make sure the columns are aligned in your datasets or in the select statement. Example:…
  • Unfortunately, the stacked bar does not have the functionality to give cumulative percentages as you go up through the different series. However, I believe you should be able to display the story you're wanting to tell by using a grouped bar chart instead. To do this, you'll need to create three seperate beastmodes, one…
  • You could create a rank beast mode to sort the data by the companies you want to see. With that beast mode in the sort field you could then put '10' int he # of Rows field and that would display whatever you chose to be the top 10 categories. This method, however, would not give you a dynamic top 10, it would need to be…
  • The nested bar chart does have the funtionality to limit to a certain amount of series. This functionality is based on whatever is placed in the Sort order. It appears that you're sorting this on the % value in your example. In this case, if you were to put 10 in the # of rows field in the card, it would take the top 10…
  • Great suggestion! Currently, when you click into a card, the option to see the description is still available by clicking on the 'i' information icon next to the card title. 
  • In order for them to see a dataflow, they need to have access to all the inputs and outputs feeding into and coming out of it. The easiest way to do this is to build a card off each dataset and share them with the user.