New Visualization: Waterfall Chart
We have added a new type of chart to help you visualize your data. Waterfall charts are useful for illustrating the total effect of positive and negative values on a starting point. They are commonly used to show financial data, such as changes in revenue, expenses, or profit. For example, a waterfall chart can show the breakdown of a company’s net profit, starting with the initial value and then displaying additions and deductions to arrive at the final value.
End of Life
The CSV Uploader functionality will be removed on October 5th, 2023. Please take note of the following important information regarding this deprecation:
Are you affected?
- Check if you have the "Load" section enabled.
- Verify if you have any datasets listed within the "Load" section.
If there are any datasets present in the Load section, you must either delete them or convert them into standard datasets that are visible in the model. Follow the steps listed in the Use CSV Uploader for Ad-hoc Analysis article.
What will happen if you do not switch to a different method of loading data
- The Load section will be removed together with the CSV Uploader functionality on October 5th, 2023.
- The datasets that were not modified will remain accessible as metadata objects and you can still make them visible in the model. However, loading data into these datasets will not be possible.
- Note that these datasets may be removed in the future without further notice.