Getting Started in the Looker Community
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You will likely want to unsubscribe from this topic, unless you want to get a lot of emails! While we work on a better solution, make sure that after you post, you toggle the Subscribe button off, as it will automatically turn on after you post in the thread. You want the star to be white/empty (like in the screenshot below). Hey Good Looker! Welcome to the Looker Community . Feels good to be home, right?This thread is a space for you to share a little more about who you are and all the cool data-related things you are up to! Some questions you could answer to get started are below, but you’re welcome to add anything you’d like to your introduction:What is your name? What is your job title and industry? How long have you used Looker? Trailing or Leading commas in your SQL queries? If SQL isn’t your thing: Column or Bar chart? What’s the 1 Looker/Data related subject that you’d consider yourself an expert on and would love to help others with? (optional) Any other info about yourse
Feature Requests: How your feedback makes Looker betterGetting Started
We have fully transitioned to the method of feedback described below. While you can of course discuss new and desired features right here in the online Community, in order to get your vote counted and officially surface your idea to our product team, please follow the instructions below. We are in the process of migrating all old Discourse feature requests to the new portal. When that’s done, we’ll have an archive of old FR’s here in the community.Your Feedback Is Important To UsWe know that every company says your feedback is important to them, but it’s hard to think of a major advance that we’ve made at Looker that wasn’t directly tied to customer feedback.Customers told us they needed better-looking, faster dashboards, so we rebuilt our dashboard infrastructure from the ground up. Customers were coming up with amazing workarounds to use scheduled data delivery for alerts, so we built native alerts into Looker. Customers started embedding Looker in other environments, so we develop
Hello! Please help a beginner! I have a column of types (dimension) and a correspondent count (measure), grouped by date:I would like to calculate the % of each type related to the date subtotal. As you can see, I can do this in MS Excel, but I wish to learn how to do this in Looker. Thanks!
I'm using a JS script as a plugin for QCP calculator to do some stuff after every change in Quote Edit Lines.Quote Edit LinesNow I need to run the part of the script only when user presses Calculate or Save button. The only way I see is to somehow find out in the script, what was the reason of this script to run (did user press Calculate or Save button or did he edit any field so the script started). Script functions have 3 params: quoteLineModels, quoteModel, conn; I've investigated the difference between these objects when user pressed Calculate button and when user edited any field not changing the value (e.g. from 150 to 150) and found no differenceCalculate ImmediatelyUnchecking Calculate Immediately checkbox in CPQ package settings is not a solution - I need this checkbox for other calculations, not for the script
I want to show revenue of 1. price discounted items, 2. package discounted items, and 3. all discounted items.1 and 2 are the only types of discounts we have, so I split the discount revenue (a dimension we have) by pivoting over discount type. However, I want to also add a bar with the total discount. Is there a way to do this? Now I seem to always have to pivot the total discount as well. Can I unpivot one dimension?
I see that at the end of March, the LookML Developer certification exam is being retired, leaving the Looker community with no possible certification to achieve. Is there a reason for this exam (and the analyst one) being retired? Is there going to be a new exam to replace the LookML Developer? If so, when?
When I choose Size columns to fit for a table it would show whole names according to the size of the screen before. But now, the visual has changed and I cannot read column names (In below picture) Is there a way to solve this problem other than arranging all columns manually? Because when I do this if the screen size changes (i.e. connecting to a big screen with HDMI) the table length stays short for the screen.
Hello,Is there any difference between Left Join and Left Outer Join in LookerML?I'm a completely noob and I'm starting learning 😇So, now I'm attending a training on Udemy, and the instructor mentioned that in LookerML, there are differences between those two lefts joins.But as far as I know, the outer is optional and it doesn't affects the query.https://stackoverflow.com/questions/406294/left-join-vs-left-outer-join-in-sql-server Thank you all for your help 😄
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