SAQL simply explained – Part 2

In the first part of this blog series, I explained what is SAQL and the anatomy of SAQL. This will be the foundation for the rest of this series. The SAQL query we covered was simply, in fact, there was no reason to write that query in SAQL, which I also mentioned isn’t recommended for ...

SAQL simply explained – Part 1

When we create dashboards in Einstein Analytics most of us rely on the UI. In the dashboard editor, we click “New Step” select our dataset, define the measure and a grouping whereafter we add it to the dashboard. In other words, with point and click, we can create a great dashboard that gives insight into the data. ...

A Combo-Chart Hack

Sometimes you have a really great idea for a chart. You know exactly what you want, you have the calculations ready only to realize that the specific chart in mind does not 100% support what you want to do. It’s a typical use case that pops up on a regular basis. A few weeks ago ...

Advanced Map Exploration

Maps are great on a dashboard. Why? Well, the brain can easily decode a map as all the data is visual, no text is needed to understand the data story. This is why I think maps should be used in Einstein Analytics. You probably already know that Einstein Analytics comes with some out of the ...