Text Widget Parameters allows you to add dynamic values to your charts by using Yellowfin’s text widgets. These include the name and description of the report, filters, parameter values and even column totals.
Most of the time, all you need in a table is data as text and numbers. But sometimes, you’d like to visualize results in each row, too. That’s especially true when each row of data is a trend over time.
One of the main design concepts of reports is to make sure that your audience understand and can interpret the data. If they don’t understand the message you are trying to convey, you have failed, and the report is of no value to the business.
This article explains how to use the Link to URL column formatting option to create hypertext links within a field.
Sometimes it’s necessary to plot two or more sets of values on a single chart. However, if the scales of the measures are different the smaller measure might get lost.
Ever wanted to display your data in a chart but found that there were just too many categories? The good news is that Yellowfin introduced new functionality that can solve this headache.
Last week I was trying to get the Drill Through relationships to work in a line chart. The horizontal axis for the line chart was set to a date field and the vertical axis to a metric. How hard can this be??