Single Value Range
  • 05 Jul 2022
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Overview

In this article we'll introduce the Single value configuration option, which is specific to the Numerical Range filter and is used to configure a single value type for minimum, maximum, and exact values.


Filter Configuration Options

The following configuration options are available for these filter types:

Value Numerical Range Time Range Time Column Time Grain
Parent-child
Pre-filter available values
Sort filter values
Single value

Single Value Range

Option is available for this Filter Type: Numerical Range

The Single value option is specific to numerical ranges and is used to limit the number or range that can be specified in a numerical range filter. To use, ensure that you are working with a Numerical Range filter.

In the Filter Configuration panel, select Single Value.

...and then select a single value type:

Configure_Single_Value

Minimum: There is only one anchor point on the numerical range filter and it is used to select a minimum (i.e., starting point) for a range. For example, if "26" is selected, then all values greater than or equal to 26 will be applied by the filter. Note that there is a blue highlight that conveys the filtered range.

Single_Value_Minimum

Exact: There is only one anchor point on the numerical range filter and it is used to select an exact value. Only chart data that matches the selected value will be included.

Single_Value_Exact

Maximum: There is only one anchor point on the numerical range filter and it is used to select a maximum (i.e., ending point) for a range. For example, if "63" is selected, then all values less than or equal to 63 will be applied by the filter. Note that there is a blue highlight that conveys the filtered range.

Single_Value_Maximum


Dashboard Filtering
Filter Types
Parent-child Filter
Pre-filter Data
Sort Filter Value
Single Value Range
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Cross-filtering
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