Table Properties - Data


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Option

Description

Data table

Specifies the data table on which the visualization will work.

Marking

Specifies the marking (that is, the color and relationships to other marked items) that will be used to mark items in this visualization.

Limit data using markings

Lists the available markings that can be used to limit what is shown in this visualization. This means that the visualization only displays data that has been marked in other visualizations.

If more than one marking is selected, you can choose how the data in the markings should be combined.

New...

Opens the New Marking dialog where you can specify a new marking.

The color and name of a previously created marking is edited in the Document Properties dialog.

Rows must be included in

Specifies how the data in the markings should be combined if you have selected to limit the data by more than one marking.

   All markings (AND)
  

Use this option if you want this visualization to show the intersection of the markings selected in Limit data using markings. This can be used if you have two visualizations with different markings and want to see which markers are present in both markings. This visualization will then show only the data that has been marked using both of the selected markings.

   Any marking (OR)
   

Use this option if you want this visualization to show the union of the markings selected in Limit data using markings.

This can be used if you have two visualizations with different markings and want to see which markers are present in either of the two markings. This visualization will then show data that has been marked using either of the selected markings.

Limit data using filterings

Defines how different filtering schemes in the analysis should affect this visualization.

Select Use the current filtering from the page if you want the visualization to always utilize the filtering scheme that is used on the page where the visualization is located. If you move the visualization to a new page, then the visualization will automatically start reacting on the filtering scheme that is used on the new page.

Select a specific filtering scheme from the list if you want the visualization to always use that filtering scheme. Moving the visualization to another page with a different filtering scheme will not affect this setting.

If you select to limit data using more than one filtering scheme, the intersection of the filterings will be used. This means that the visualization will show only the data that is made visible by all of the filtering schemes.

New...

Opens the New Filtering Scheme dialog where you can specify a new filtering scheme.

The color and name of a previously created filtering scheme is edited in the Document Properties dialog.

Limit data using expression

You can limit what data should be available for a certain visualization using an expression. If you have defined a limiting expression, it will be displayed here.

Edit...

Opens the Limit Data Using Expression dialog where you can define a boolean expression to use for limiting the data in this visualization.

See also:

Table Properties

How to Use the Table

What is a Table?