Table charts display raw data in rows and columns.
|Required Dimensions||0||No dimensions required.|
|Required Measures||1||No limit.|
|Null Dimensions||NA||Choose whether to display null dimensions. Default is true.|
You can display individual data rows, or use grouping or aggregation. There is no limit on measures for Table charts. You can view more aggregated measures in a table chart than most other chart types.
Table Chart Examples
Create a new Table chart. Choose a Data Source. This example uses the official database of UFO sightings. You can create a Table chart using only measures, to display all sightings individually.
You can also use Table charts to group information by a dimension, similar to other chart types. For example, add the shape dimension, and you can display the average duration in seconds for UFOs of that shape. In a grouped chart, you can sort on any column in ascending or descending order.
On a dashboard, you can click a dimension in a separate chart to show detailed records for that dimension in a Table chart.