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Including Data in Text

<Value /> accepts a query and displays a formatted value inline in text.

By default, Value will display the value from the first row of the first column of the referenced data.

<Value data={query_name} /> <!-- First row from the first column -->

Specifying Rows and Columns

Optionally supply a column and/or a row argument to display other values from data.

<!-- Show the 6th row from column_name -->
<Value
data={query_name}
column=column_name
row=6
/>

Example

Markdown:

The most recent month of data began <Value data={monthly_orders} />,
when there were <Value data={monthly_orders} column=orders/> orders.

Results: summary-sentence

Adding a Placeholder

Override errors with the optional placeholder argument. This is useful for drafting reports before writing your queries.

<Value placeholder="Report Date"/>

value-placeholder

All Options

  • data - query name, wrapped in curly braces
  • column - (Optional) column name to pull values from
  • row - (Optional) specific row number to display
  • placeholder - (Optional) text to display in place of an error