Matrix Table Layout

The Matrix Table is a layout container used to display multiple visuals and assets within tiles in a tabular construct. The table can be used to display visualizations, dynamic images, text, slicers, buttons, images, and web panels. However, the matrix table is commonly used to create KPI scorecards. Typically, KPIs, mini visuals, and text labels are displayed across several rows, to easily compare these details within a single formatting structure. For instance, the matrix table below compares sales during April, May, and June.

Note: this feature is not available in the Community Edition.

Add a Table

Click Add Table (red arrow below) to add a table of the default size, which is 3 columns and 3 rows (9 tiles). Right click Add Table to specify the table size (green highlight below).

Then click anywhere on the slide to place the container there.

Edit a Table

Right click on the table to open its context menu, where you can insert or remove rows or columns.

Right click on a cell in the table to expose both the table container's context menu (under Matrix Table), and the visual's context menu (under Visual Options):

Go to Visual Options to see the visual's context menu:

You can resize the table's column's and rows by dragging a row or cell border vertically or horizontally.

Add Assets to the Table

Drag any assets onto the required tile in the table.

Remove Assets from the Table

To move an asset out of the table, simply drag it and place it on the canvas.

To delete an asset that's in a table, right click on it and click Delete from the context menu.

Table in Runtime

The assets in the table behave as usual in runtime. Slicer and visual interactions are enabled by default, and other functions are available from the context menu as usual.