- On the left of the dataset header, click the Go back arrow to return to the dataset list.
Click the funnel icon and then
Basic to enable the faceted
You will be guided at each step to add the available facet, operator and values to search for.
- Click the Add filter icon to start creating your facet.
From the list that opens, select Connection Type as your
In will be automatically set as operator , because you will have to choose from a list of existing values. Depending on the facet, the list of available operators will differ.
As for the value, select local connection from the list
and click Apply.
You can only choose from a list of connections already set up in the connections page, and for now, this is the only type available to you.
The filter is created and applied on the list of datasets. You can see that at the moment, adding this criterion did not impact the datasets listed in the page since they are all based on a local connection. So you will be adding another filter, based on a custom attribute this time, to refine your search.
- Click the Add filter button once more.
This menu lists all the custom attributes definitions available on the account. For now, it only displays the one your previously created.
From the list of values that correspond to this attribute, select
yes and click Apply.
The operator will be In again by default.
This time, after combining the two filters, only the movies_gsg dataset remains, since it is the only one matching all the filters from your search. The logical operator between two entries in a badge is
or, while the logical operator between badges is
and. Each badge can be edited afterward by directly clicking the part you want to change.
You are now able to perform a search based on the criteria of your choice, and see the impact on the list of datasets.