Category Archives: Google Data Studio

How to download Data Studio report as PDF

Follow the steps below to download a data studio report as PDF Step-1: Open the report which you want to download. Step-2: Click on the ‘+Share’ drop-down menu on the top right-hand side of your screen: Step-3: Click on the ‘Downloa...

How to embed a Data Studio report on a website

Data Studio allows you to embed a fully functional report on any iframe enabled website/app or on any social media platform that supports oEmbed. To embed a Data Studio report on a website/app that supports the HTML iframe tag follow the steps below:...

Guide to Data Types in Google Data Studio

The data type of a data source schema field determines the kind of data to expect (in the connected data source) when processing the field. For example, When the data type of a field is ‘Number’, it tells Data Studio to expect a number when proce...

Image function in Google Data Studio

We use the IMAGE function to create image fields in our data source schema. Following is the syntax of the Image function: IMAGE(Image URL, [Alternative Text]) Image URL is a field or expression that evaluates to a URL. Alternative Text is an optiona...

Image Link Data Type in Google Data Studio

The ‘Image Link’ data type is used for those fields which contain clickable images.  If you want to display clickable images in the data table of a report then you would need to use a field of the ‘Image Link’ data type. ...

Image data type in Google Data Studio

Use the ‘Image’ data type if you want Google Data Studio to expect the URLs of images when processing a field in the underlying data source. Follow the steps below to use the image data type in Google Data Studio: Step-1: Navigate to your...

Google Data Studio Geo Map – Latitude Longitude

Google Data Studio provides the ‘Geo’ data field for geographical data which is generally used with Google Maps or Google Data Studio Geo Map / Chart....

Why You Should Avoid Using Functions and Calculated Fields in Data Studio

The use of functions in calculated fields can greatly increase the load time of your reports in Data Studio. Even the use of calculated fields themselves can greatly increase the load time of your Data Studio reports. If you want to do any type of da...

Google Data Studio Calculated Fields Tutorial

Learn all about google data studio calculated fields. A calculated field is a field that performs certain action(s) on another field(s) in your data source schema or chart via a formula. ...

Working with the Text data type in Google Data Studio

One of the data types supported by Google Data Studio is: ‘Text’. Select the ‘Text’ data type if you want Data Studio to expect text when processing a field in the underlying data source....

The Data Set Configuration Error in Google Data Studio

The Data Set Configuration Error in Google Data Studio: "Data Studio Cannot Connect to Your Data Set". You get this error when your data source schema is not set up correctly....

Data Source Fields in Google Data Studio – Tutorial

Learn all about data source fields in Google Data Studio. There are two broad categories of data source fields: Regular fields & Calculated fields....

Refresh data source schema fields in Google Data Studio

Learn about refreshing data source schema fields in Google Data Studio. If you make any changes to the underlying data source then click on the 'Refresh fields' button....

Google Data Studio Data Sources – Tutorial

What are Google Data Studio data sources? A data source is a place where your collected data actually resides. A data source refers to a specific data set. ...

Google Data Studio Dimension vs Metric

Google Data Studio Dimension vs Metric. Four types of dimensions and metrics are available in Google Data Studio. Data source schema specific dimension / metric, Data source schema specific calculated dimension / metric... ...

How to filter by email in Google Data Studio

If you want to personalize the data shown to a user in a data studio report then use the ‘FILTER BY EMAIL’ setting of your data source schema: Use the ‘FILTER BY EMAIL’ setting if your data source contains an email field that ...

Google Data Studio – Sharing Data Sources (aka data source schema)

The Google Data Studio Sharing feature also allows sharing the data sources (aka data source schema) with other users. Follow the steps below to share your data source schema with other users:...

Field editing in reports – Google Data Studio

While editing a data source schema, you get the option to change the ‘Field editing in reports‘ settings: Use the Field editing in reports setting to allow or stop report editors from changing the definition of data source schema fields a...

Data Source Version History in Google Data Studio

While editing a data source schema, you get the option to see the version history of the data source schema: Use the ‘See version history‘ setting to view and/or restore previous versions of the data source schema.  As you edit a dat...

Community Visualization Access in Google Data Studio

While editing a data source schema, you get the option to change the ‘Community Visualization access‘ settings: Use the community visualization access setting to allow or prevent community visualizations (charts created by third-party dev...

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