Your studio provides you with cheat sheets that you can use as a quick reference that guides you through all common tasks in data profiling.
You can also have access to a help panel that is attached to all wizards used in the studio to create the different types of analyses or to set thresholds on indicators.
When you open the studio for the first time, the cheat sheets view opens by default in the Profiling perspective.
If you close the cheat sheets view in the Profiling perspective of the studio, it will be always closed anytime you switch back to this perspective until you open it manually.
To display the cheat sheets, do one of the following:
press the Alt+Shift+Q and then H shortcut keys, or,
select Window > Show View from the menu bar.
The [Show View] dialog box opens.
Expand the Help folder and then select Cheat Sheets.
Click OK to close the dialog box.
Select Help > Cheat Sheets from the menu bar. The [Cheat Sheet Selection] dialog box opens.
You can also press the Alt+H shortcut keys to open the Help menu and then select Cheat Sheets.
Expand the Talend-Cheat Sheets folder, select the cheat sheet you want to open in the studio and then click OK .
The selected cheat sheet opens in the studio main window. Use the local toolbar icons to manage the display of the cheat sheets.
A help panel is attached to the wizards used in the studio to create and manage profiling items. This help panel opens by default in all wizards.
To hide the help panel in any of the wizards used in the studio, do the following:
Select Window > Preferences > Talend > Profiling > Web Browser.
The [Web Browser] view opens.
Select the Block browser help check box and then click OK.
From now on, all wizards in the studio display without the help panel.