You in all probability really don’t need a extravagant Domo chart to convey to you that fuel has gotten rather expensive. But we went in advance and imported weekly common gasoline selling prices from the U.S. Strength Data Company anyway. In performing so, we also get to check out 1 of my beloved new capabilities in Domo: Sensible Text, which lets you insert dynamic textual content inside of both notebook cards and in the title for any card in Domo. So, when you pick one thing other than “United States” from the drop-down menu underneath “Geo Name” (under), it will also change the chart following to it (“United States-Common Weekly Gasoline Prices”) to whichever area, condition, or metropolis you chose.
In the same way, the time interval will adjust from “Last 30 Years” when I select a different day variety, or spotlight a individual section in the line graph. “The Min Gasoline Price” and “Max Gasoline Price” textual content use Domo dynamic summary figures, which enable me to increase metrics to my narrative. These are great tools for making certain that end users have the proper context even as they self-serve with diverse filters and drills.
You will also detect below that we are experimenting with a narrative attribute (however in pre-beta), which dynamically generates insights about a specified card in Domo. I genuinely like this feature since it assists convey new insights out of details in a narrative structure. As you filter for a new geography or a unique time period, the narrative refreshes with new insights. Very darn amazing, if you question me.
Since we introduced “Domo on Data,” we have been rather concentrated on U.S. data. That is significantly to the chagrin of some of my colleagues all over the planet, but it merely has to do with the problem in obtaining metrics from other governments, which are likely to be fantastic at offering free information but poor at compiling throughout nations. That reported, for this article, we were being ready to obtain some details on world-wide gas rates by means of the Worldwide Petrol Price ranges web page. The info is not readily available for cost-free, but does give us some fantastic context. For occasion, though gas in the U.S. is far more than $4 for every gallon, it’s almost $11 in Hong Kong and only slightly much less than that in the Netherlands. Yikes.
We will do the job to carry far more world-wide knowledge to these webpages in coming posts. Oh, and if you are thinking when the previous time gasoline was underneath $1 per gallon in the U.S., the remedy is March 1999. How I prolonged for these days!