Dashboards & looks
Building reports & visualizations in Looker
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Guess what? It’s easier than π. Just add one line to the relevant dashboard LookML. show_view_names: false A more complete example. # Dashboard LookML - dashboard: some_dashboard title: Some Title layout: grid rows: - elements: [some_name, ...] height: 1500 elements: - name: some_n...
In our most common dashboards, we want different users to see different visualizations. In order to do this now (based on the feature set from 3.8), we use external tooling: a script which identifies which combinations of charts make up legitimate dashboards, and then generates the filtered dashboa...
In some of our dashboards, different users see the same visualization of the same data – but want to call it something else (e.g., “location” vs. “store”). Is there a way to do this without having to generate a new copy of that chart, then add a special dashboard for each set of users?
I am working with a SQL Server Dataset and I am building an Engineering Dashboard on top of this to monitor Product Status based on data in the DB. I am considering using either Looker or SSRS. People in this board have chosen Looker or are considering it of course. For those who have worked wit...
I’m trying to create a Single Value visualization displaying the ratio of the current month’s revenue to the prior month’s. Is there a trick to making this work? I need multiple months to generate the percent_of_previous measure, but including multiple months makes it impossible to use the Single V...
Issue Hi all, I have an issue with escaping commas in string filters. I have this line in my dashboard LookML: default_value: "San Francisco, East Bay, Portland, Washington, D.C.", and Looker treats “Washington” and “D.C.” as 2 separate strings, which is not desired. Notes First thing I tried is t...
I want to embed a Looker table into my internal company’s Confluence page, which works fine, but if someone clicks a dimension it tries to filter by that dimension and run another query, which goes back to Looker. Is there a way to turn off the dimension links? What about measure links?
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