Google Data Studio has always had the ability to add in a comparison column to tables, but not to map out a change in values on a map. Ideally I would want to be able to see which countries have seen the highest rates of growth over a period of time. This is a method that worked for me and hopefully it will be useful for you too!Read More
So one thing I’ve wanted to do for a while is to determine how many sessions each blog post has had since they were published. Since the URLs of my blog posts contain the date they were published, I tried to work this out using regex and some other methods. It got a bit messy and wasn’t very accurate.Read More
In this post I’ll show how you can change Bubble Size and Colour in a Google Map in a Data Studio report. This method using two parameters to let you switch between which metrics are displayed on the map.Read More
So something I’ve been interested in doing for a while is mapping Canadian provinces and US states in Google Data Studio. New features added to Google Data Studio have allowed me to do that and I’ll give you a quick overview of how you can build something similar in Data Studio.Read More
So in this post I’ll share a method for switching Google Map dimensions using a Parameter in Google Data Studio. Parameters were recently introduced in Data Studio and have many use cases!Read More
In this post I’ll just show two methods for mapping Google Analytics city data in Google Data Studio.
Recently Data Studio added Filled Area Google Maps which allow you to view city data by area instead of bubbles.Read more
A recent and very welcome addition to Google Data Studio was option to use Filled Area Google Maps. Previously we were able to use filled area Geo Maps or Bubble Google Maps.
In this post I’ll just give a quick overview over some of the ways you can use these new filled area maps.Read More
In this post I’ll give an example of how to create a simple Forecast Parameter in Google Data Studio, which recently added Parameters to their product. This is a big improvement, and I’m still figuring out how to use them properly.Read More