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Welcome to the 1010data Insights Platform Compatibility Mode User's Guide.
Tables and worksheets are the primary means by which you work with data in 1010data.
Within 1010data's Trillion-Row Spreadsheet interface, you will manipulate rows and columns to view your data and perform new computations to gain further insight into your data.
Some of the basic ways to analyze your data using 1010data include quick summaries, tabulations, and cross tabulations.
Linking provides a simple yet powerful way of combining the data from two tables.
An action is any operation you do on a table or worksheet that changes its state, such as performing a tabulation, selecting rows, or creating a computed column. A query is a set of one or more actions that are combined to achieve a particular result.
Quick Queries can be used to save a set of actions so that they may be rerun at a later time. Using Quick Queries, you can also parameterize specifics of the analysis so that the user is prompted for input each time it is run.
The Query Scheduler allows you to create, find, edit, delete, and run query jobs.
The QuickApp Editor gives the user a canvas on which to build a QuickApp, a custom-tailored front-end interface to the power and speed of the 1010data analytical platform.
1010data provides a mechanism to generate high-quality charts, which in turn can support the notion of visual data discovery.
Upload your data to 1010data in a text or XML file, or download the current table or worksheet in a variety of formats.
Data types govern how data is stored internally, and display formats control how that data is displayed.
The Account Administration page allows you to change your user profile or password, modify user-related information, download account-specific information, schedule queries, and manage your groups. Company administrators can also modify company-related information.
1010data offers support for data localization via currency and date formats, as well as UTF-8 encoding.