Hide row in html table if column data is empty

Gijs Member
edited April 2021 in Charting

Hi all,

We have a business rule where we only show data if the number of rows is >=7 because of privacy/pii concerns, and we do that with a beast mode calculation, and apply it as filter

CountRespondents: SUM(COUNT(DISTINCT `ratingid`)) OVER ()

But when I want to filter/hide the rows where the Comment is empty, the CountRespondents value decreases too. I set the filter to >=4 in this screenshot:

Is there a way to hide the data instead of filtering?



  • MarkSnodgrass

    You could mask individual fields by doing something like this:

    CASE WHEN SUM(COUNT(DISTINCT `ratingid`)) OVER () >= 7 THEN `comment` ELSE 'xxxx' END

    It would be nice if you could do a case statement like this and put it in the filters, but that feature isn't out yet. I believe I saw in DP21 that it is coming soon.

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  • jaeW_at_Onyx

    There is a beta for filtering on aggregates.

    it has been in early beta for two years and works well enough.

    @MarkSnodgrass the feature at DP21 is an update to the UI. no idea where we are in beta on that.

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  • Gijs
    Gijs Member

    Thanks for your suggestion @MarkSnodgrass ! Unfortunately that did not have the outcome Im looking for.

    I think im trying to abuse the filters for 2 different use cases at the same time, which conflicts... Im gonna reach out to our CSM