Guided Search Syntax and Attributes

Hardik Chheda Updated by Hardik Chheda

Syntax is always a little challenge, but we eased it up for you. Take a look and follow the structure we set up.

Search attributes

In a guided search, Tellius provides the following attributes:

  • Search function, like show, and which
  • Aggregate functions, like first, sum, count, average, minimum, and maximum
  • Logical functions, like contains, =, >, <, >=, <=, by, compare to, between, for, and, or
  • Chart types, like bar chart, area chart, line chart, bubble chart, and pie chart
  • Chart display, like sorted by, stacked by
  • Filters, like, last (days, weeks, months, quarter, year), this (week, month, quarter, year), Date (yesterday, today)
  • Fields, like dimensions or measures from the selected dataset

Guided search syntax

In a guided search, you can use different fields and attributes in a particular syntax so that you can get the desired result.

For example,

Show XX revenue by age for last 6 ZZ

where,

xx is the aggregate function

by, for are logical functions

ZZ are the filters

 

Show XX revenue by age for name contains Gary

where,

XX is the aggregate function

by, for are logical functions

contains are the filters

 

Show YY between XX revenue and age

where,

YY, XX are aggregate functions

between, and are logical functions

 

show sum profit by Region for region contain/ contains/ =

where,

by, contain, contains, = are logical functions

show pie chart/bar chart/ area chart/ line chart between XX Revenue and Region srted by/ stacked by Profit

where,

pie chart/ bar chart/ area chart/ line chart are the types of chart.

XX is aggregate function

between, and are logical functions

sorted by, stacked by are chart display

 

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