Filtered Views now have “Primer”page as the default landing page, similar to the Dataset “Primer” page. As datasets grow larger, more and more curated filtered views are being created to support data exploration. A landing page for filtered views allow users to easily discover metadata and other useful information such as the data table preview, column level metadata, promoted content etc..
To help acclimate to Primer pages on filtered views, check out the breakdown of a Filtered View Primer below:
View Based On: The parent dataset or filtered view the data is based on, if the parent is “Public”.
Note: Parent views that are private will not render View Based on details.
Info Pane: At the top of the page you’ll find key metadata including the dataset title, description, the data provider etc.
Featured Content - Find up to 3 featured visualizations, stories or other content from around the web. Users with a role of "Administrator" or "Publisher" can curate the featured content.
Note: If no content is selected, then this section will not be displayed.
About this Dataset - This section gives insight into when the data within the view was last updated, when the view's metadata was updated, and when the view was created.
What’s in this Dataset? - Get a quick snapshot of the total rows, total columns and what each row of data represents.
Columns in this Dataset -This section includes the column level metadata such as column name, description, type, data type and API field name.
Table Preview - The table provides a quick glimpse into what data you might find in the view, right from the landing page. If you want to interact with the data or create a visualization, click on View Data or Create Visualization button at the top of this section to get started.
Related Content Using this Data - See and explore the derived views, visualizations, or maps that have been created directly from this Filtered View.
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