5 Can't-Miss HEAVY.AI How-To Videos
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HEAVY.AI v6.0 was released just a few months ago, and your feedback has been fantastic. The next version of HEAVY.AI is just around the corner, but before we move forward, we want to make sure you don’t miss these awesome v6.0 how-to videos. They are short and deliver tips & tricks you can apply to your workflow today. Enjoy!
1. How To Use HeavyConnect
About: Analyze data where it lives by taking a no-movement approach to accessing data in your warehouses, lakes, and enterprise databases. Just point to your datasets and make them readily available for queries, analysis, and data exploration without loading them directly into HeavyDB. HeavyConnect intelligently captures changes in your data connections and accounts for the differences.
Additional Resources: Getting Started with HeavyConnect
2. How To Import Raster Files
About: Elevate your earth observation by loading native raster data like GeoTiffs into HEAVY.AI. Incorporate raster data into your workflow to monitor landscape change, model climate risk, and understand the relationships between people and their environment.
3. How To Use Gauge Charts
About: Represent the status and progress towards a key performance indicator with the new gauge chart, which uses a needle to show a reading on a dial similar to a speedometer. Customize your gauge chart by changing the data visualization color palette, the number of segments, the range of each segment, and more!
Additional Resources: Gauge Chart Type
4. How To Access The Admin Panel
About: Monitor system health with HEAVY.AI’s new admin portal, which makes accessing system resources, user roles, and permissions quick and easy. Quickly understand how many tables and dashboards your system has, who owns them, their storage & memory utilization, and more.
Additional Resources: Admin Portal
5. How To Link Data Sets with Cross Link
About: Link data with clicks, not code. Link columns from different sources through an easy-to-use UI and cross filter them without joining the underlying data, creating new views, or deriving new tables. Now in Beta!