Breaks allow you to structure the data in a table into groups and to make the data easier to view and interpret. You can apply breaks on the data and values that you select.
When you apply a break, Web Intelligence separates all the data for each unique value of the selected variable. It inserts a blank row or column after each value, which allows you to easily insert subtotals for the data group.
See the following video to learn more about Breaks.
The following are the main advantages of using breaks:
- You can efficiently organize the representation of data.
- You can display subtotals.
When you insert a break on a dimension, the values for the dimension are automatically sorted in ascending order.
For numeric values, the lowest value is displayed in the first row of the table and the highest value displays in the last row.
For alphabetical character values, the values are sorted in alphabetical order, from first row to last.