In this post I’ll show a method for creating custom Search Query Categories. This method involves creating custom categories using CASE statements.Read More
The film Dark Phoenix was recently released to mediocre reviews and dismal earnings at the box office. It’s release, and subsequent failure to capture the imaginations of audiences or critics, most likely spells the end for the X-Men franchise under 20th Century Fox.Read More
Google added a new feature recently, the ability to add Dynamic Page Links in Google Data Studio. This looks to be a great new feature, and makes linking between multi-page reports much easier.
Thanks to Pat Strickler for first spotting these and sharing the update on Twitter!Read moe
In this post I’ll show you have to automatically adjust Dimensions in Google Data Studio.
What I mean by this is that I’ll show you how to set up a custom Dimension that changes based on another dimension.
I have to admit I wasn’t clever enough to think this up on my own, and saw the brilliant Mehdi Oudjida show the method on Twitter.Read More
In this post I’ll give a run down of all the different Google Data Studio chart types in 2019.
Google Data Studio is constantly changing and improving, and it is adding new features all the time!
So this can serve as a overview of the different default Google Data Studio chart types in 2019.Read More
If you liked my previous post about the Marvel Cinematic Universe, I hope you’ll enjoy this follow-up blog post!
In this post I’ve put together some charts in Data Studio looking at the critical ratings and box office gross of the Avengers franchise and other Marvel Cinematic Universe movies.Read More
There’s been lots of exciting new features added for Data Studio in the past few days! One of the new features launched for Data Studio include a Hierarchy feature.
Many of them have been launched at the Google Cloud Next conference in San Francisco.Read More
In this post I’ll show how you can add images to a table in Google Data Studio.Read More