Table Display Editor
Table displays are easy to make, and they start out with sensible defaults for colors, styles, and such.
That said, you can use the Table Editor to add a huge variety of features, details, and nuance as you see fit.
|The Name section is the top few lines of the display editor panel.||
The middle part of the editor panel holds tabs with content and formatting options.
Tab: Table Options
Subtab: Table Settings
|Table Title||Replaces default title in top-left corner||Tomato Production (000s)|
|Time Frame:||How many Periods to show as columns, and optionally whether to freeze the data at a particular end date.|
|Row Options: Link to Chart||Row titles become click-able for a popup chart|
|Row Options: Hover Notes||Show additional information when hovering on a series title|
Subtab: Knock Out Repetitive Label Text
Series with repetitive titles can be condensed. Read about the knockouts tab here.
Subtab: Cell Formatting (all rows)
Tabular displays have highly refined formatting options. As its label implies, this tab controls formatting for all the rows in the Table. Rows can be formatted individually as well in the Row Settings tab. Read about the cell formatting tab here.
Tab: Row Settings
Row Settings are used to add or remove rows of data, and to customize rows with individual labels, calculations, popcharts, and more. Read about the Row Settings tab here
Tab: Responsive Design
dataZoa Displays support Responsive Design. Read about the Responsive Design tab here.
Display footers can have automatic attributions, citations, and more. Read about the footer tab here.
As you edit your display, your changes are reflected immediately in the Preview Section. Read about the preview section here.