Show is used as shorthand for everything from quick modeling and analysis to executing queries and monitoring alerts.
Show uses several utterances:
Show the chart <chart>. Shows the saved chart.
Show the first/next <number> rows. Increases the sample size of the dataset.
Show the logs for the alert <alert> from the <period>. Shows the logs from the specified alert for the specified time period.
Show the median absolute deviation of <column> (for each <column> | where <predicates>). Calculates the median absolute deviation of the specified column with regards to the
whereclauses. Note that this is a level three skill.
Show uses the following parameters:
chart(required). The chart to show.
number(required). The number of rows to show from the dataset.
alert(required). The name of the alert whose logs to show.
period(required). The time period from which the logs should be pulled. The options include:
the latest run. Pull the logs from the last time the alert ran.
from every run. Pull the logs from every time the alert ran.
predicates(optional). Operators used to compare two values. Refer to Compute for more information.
If the utterance is successful, the charts, datasets, or logs, are shown in the display panel.
If the utterance is unsuccessful, an error message appears.
To show a chart you previously saved called "PredictedVolume," enter
Show the chart PredictedVolume.
To show the first 20 rows of the dataset, enter
Show the first 20 rows.
To show the logs for the most recent run of an alert called "TicketSales," enter
Show the logs for the alert TicketSales from the latest run.
To show the median absolute deviation of a column called "Age," enter
Show the median absolute devation of Age.