Tabular visualization is one of the most versatile elements that can fit many different applications. In this video, learn how to stylize and add customizations quickly and easily.
- [Instructor] We're in Data Studio … and not a plain CSV file, … but tabular data is still incredibly important … and can be customized for easy analysis. … When there are so many visual options … and VI tools like this, it can be tempting … to keep tables to a very low minimum … and kind of force variety for design sake. … If you use one table, great, … but if you find that a lot of your data fits tables well, … it's better to have a lot and enhance them … rather than to try to make data communicate … through another chart that doesn't quite work as well. … To add my first table, … I'll go to the chart dropdown … and choose the very first icon under table. … After I place it, I also want to change … the data source this time … to add some paid media information from Google Ads. … To change the data source, I'll go to the data panel, … exit out of the Google merchandise store analytics data, … and then choose Google Ads. … So the reason the data didn't change when I did that … is because at the page level settings, …
- Connecting to data sources
- Adding charts and graphs
- Constructing filters
- Adding interactivity
- Creating and editing design themes
- Sharing reports