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Example reports

See Looker Studio features in action.
Example reports:

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Welcome to Looker Studio! (Start here)

Learn how to view, edit and create a Looker Studio report.

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Filter Control Example

This report illustrates various styles of filter controls. The data comes from two sources, Google Sheets and Google Analytics . The filter controls at the top of the report show how various filter control configurations work.

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Data coloring example

This report demonstrates 2 ways to color your data:

  • Color by the dimension value. E.g., "France" is always represented in red. This is the default behavior for new reports.
  • Color by the order of the dimension data. E.g., the first series is always blue.

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Design reports using the layout grid

This report illustrates using adjustable grid sizes to achieve a more standardized report design.

The minimum canvas grid size is 10 px. You can adjust this with the Grid Settings options. Increasing the grid size makes it easier to layout your charts, controls, and other components.

This report includes a Google Analytics data control. You can use it as a template for your Analytics data.

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Running calculations

Running calculations compute summary results for each record of data, helping you see how each contributes to the whole picture.

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Understand report-level component position

Question:

Why do my report-level components disappear?

Solution:

Change Report-level Component Position to "Top."

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Reverse Axes

This report demonstrates controlling the X and Y axis direction in Cartesian charts.

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Data blending example: classes, students, grades

This demonstration report illustrates how to interpret and visualize your data to answer questions about your business when that data lives in separate data sources. For example, a school administrator might want to look for insights concerning students, the classes they've enrolled in, and the grades those students received.

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Lat, Long, and City Name in Geo charts

Question:

How can I use latitude and longitude in a Geo chart to provide maximum resolution in my data, but still see city names in the chart?

Solution:

Use a calculated field to combine latitude and longitude with the city name. Example: CONCAT(Lat Long , "(", City,")")

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