List lets you see all of the charts, models, tables, alerts, phrases, and so on, that you've either created in the current session or that you've saved from previous sessions.
List has several formats:
List all the alerts
List all the datasets (in the database <database>) (and <visualize the schema>) (and <calculate the row count>)
List all the events
List all the foreign keys
List all the jupyter notebooks
List all the models
List all the primary keys
List all the scheduled recipe replays
List all the scheduled insights board refreshes
List all the scripts
List all the stored <expression types> (for the dataset <dataset>)
List all the subscribers to the alert <alert>
From the Management App, for users with access, the following skill patterns are available:
List all active users
List all apps
List all email domains
List all organizations
List all the active collaborative recipes
List all tokens
List all user sessions
List all users
List apps for user with email
List uses the following parameters:
alert(required). The name of the alert.
calculate the row count(optional). When listing datasets, you can specify whether to include row count for each dataset.
dataset(optional). When listing stored expressions, you can specify the dataset associated with those expressions.
database(optional). The database whose datasets to list.
expression types(required). The type of expressions to list.
visualize the schema(optional). When listing datasets in a database, you can create a graph showing the relationship between the datasets based on their primary and foreign keys.
If there are objects to list, a table is shown in the display panel containing the list of objects available to you. If there are no objects to list, an empty table appears in the display panel.
Note that if there are more than 30 datasets in your session, database, or snapshot, the output table does not include the number of rows in each dataset unless the
calculate the row count parameter is used.
To list all of the charts you've created, enter
List all the charts.
To list all of the Python scripts you've uploaded, enter
List all the scripts.