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Here are some common reasons why you might have received an Invalid Query error as a result of improper practices in setting up a Beast Mode:. Users commonly use single quote marks instead of the back tic, and this creates the error. To filter on multiple non-inclusive columns and conditions, you can create a logical Beast Mode calculation. Say you want to see how many closed opportunities were won by day in a bar chart, but you want to filter out outliers, such as opportunities that were won within 10 days. However, the total sales amount in the card legend for the United States is lower than the summary number amount. The reason the sales amount in the Summary Number is larger is because the summary number takes into account all sales amounts regardless of country, and the card legend only shows the sales amounts for the United States. For this scenario, you will need to create a Beast Mode calculation that filters out the non-United States sales amounts. No, but you can insert a data label into your chart that contains the percent of total value by doing the following:. You cannot create a rolling average calculation using Beast Mode, but you can create a card that displays a quarterly average.
Adding a Beast Mode calculation
With such a powerful tool in your hands, you may eventually find that you have more Beast Mode calculations in your instance than you can easily handle. Luckily, Beast Mode Manager is here to help you regain control, by keeping tabs on all your Beast Mode calculations and performing actions on them as necessary. See statistics on all Beast Mode calculations in your instance, such as the total number of calculations, the number saved to a DataSet, the number not being used, etc. View information for a specific calculation, such as the number of Cards using it, the DataSets and Cards where it is found, the last updated date, the owner, etc. To perform bulk actions, you must either be the owner of the calculations or have a role with the "Manage All Cards and Pages" grant enabled.
You can learn about the user interface components of the Beast Mode dialog in the following table:. Contains the name of a calculation, which appears in the Categories list in the Analyzer, and as the heading of the transform column in cards. You can edit the name. This name cannot be the same as the name of any column in the DataSet; otherwise an error appears reading, "Your specified name for the calculation is invalid. Contains the functions you want in your calculation.