A table is the primary tool on Redivis to view and investigate data. A table can be thought of as a grid made up of variables (columns) and rows (records). You'll see tables:
- On the Tables tab of datasets
Every table has three tabs where you can view the data and interact with it in different ways:
View all the variables in a table, and select one to view its summary statistics
Clicking any the header or cells in any column will display the variable's summary statistics. You can also right click a cell to filter by a specific value, or sort on that variable.
For any Geography type variables, you can hover on the cell or click to see a preview.
Easily explore the cells of your table — even if it has billions of records.
Choose one of the templates or type your own SQL query, and click the Run button to see the results below. Select any column in this table to view the summary statistics for a particular variable in your output.
If you update the query after running, it will become "stale" (marked in yellow), which is a reminder that these results don't match the query you are typing. The results will still be available to inform the query you are writing.
Query the table to filter for a particular value, or explore variable correlations via a cross-tab