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It would also be useful to have count distinct available for non-numeric dimensions.
I also cannot get the corr() function to work. However I did get it to work by manually creating the sql math in a beastmode. Use this code: (count(x) * sum(x * y) - sum(x) * sum(y)) / (sqrt(count(x) * sum(x * x) - sum(x) * sum(x)) * sqrt(count(x) * sum(y * y) - sum(y) * sum(y))) Then replace x and y with your measure…
To expand on this, I'd like it if there was the ability to create sets of custom color palettes. Some of the teams/pyramids at our company use specific palettes. Ideally when selecting a color for a dataset (or card) it would list existing options. You could create and select palettes similar to how today you can select…
Wanted to add that this should be available for each trend line, if multiple lines are shown on the graph. Whenever a regression line is shown, the first question everyone has is what's the R-squared, followed closedly by what's the T-stat. Without these you don't know if you're looking at a real trend or just noise.
@DaniBoy Why is this listed as implemented? It's clearly not. Can you please revise the initial request to be "to select any color when building charts". Then I think you can change it back to in progress or under consideration or whatever. My two cents, it was somewhat excusable that you didn't have this when you rolled…
This is available now! One trick though - you need to turn on the tooltip menu, which is now one of the menu items inside the analyzer. After that you can drag attributes into the tooltip area, just like with the x-axis, series, etc. See my screenshot below.
hi, I recently ran into the same problem, and figured it out. Hopefully this will help you too: In index.html: <a href='https://YOURINSTANCE.domo.com/page/NUMBER/kpis/details/NUMBER' onclick='navigateToThisLink();'>text about the link</a> In app.js: function navigateToThisLink()…
I also got a number of warnings about depreciated code when installing ryuu with npm. But everything worked correctly despite those warnings. One thing I did discover is that you need to use Git Bash, not Powershell or the command line. Both of those were causing problems. cheers, Dean