December 1, 2022 release notes¶
Ranking order for visualizations¶
Show the top or bottom groups for a visualization with a ranking order. For example, these two charts show the 3 cities with the warmest temperature (value grouped by city) with a Ranking Order of Top, or the 3 coldest cities with Bottom:
To use Ranking Order, make sure your visualization has a Group By field in the Visualize tab, then go to Groups in the Presentation tab and choose your ranking options.
You may also rank grouped values in the Expression Builder by adding the TopK function in the expression builder:
Advanced JSON operations with
get_jmespath() function accepts a JSON object (or an array of JSON objects) and a JMESPath query and returns an array containing the results. JMESPath is a query language for working with JSON.
match_regex_all() function has been deprecated and renamed
Additionally, a new regex function,
get_regex(), returns a string containing the matching regex group or string, if any.
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