Despite the abundance of “self-service” analytics solutions in the market, only 30% of employees have BI access. Let’s change that.
Get a firsthand look at Sigma’s latest features including its new visual data modeling layer, parameters, and CSV uploads.
We’re excited to announce that Sigma customers can now upload any spreadsheet into Sigma, and use Sigma’s tools to join that data with live data in your cloud data warehouse.
Parameters are a powerful way to give viewers control of how data is calculated on a dashboard and a worksheet. Parameters replace constant values in equations, allowing viewers to dynamically update inputs.
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Sigma adds a Slack integration, user management updates, better maps, and more.
Easily share Sigma reports, dashboards, and notifications on Slack.
Create beautiful maps from your cloud data with Sigma.
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Sigma adds embedded dashboards, drill-down charts, map charts, and more.
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Drill Down charts are a powerful tool in reporting. It lets you explore different data slices in a way that feels natural.
84% of enterprises make this mistake with their data. Here’s how you can avoid it.
2019 has been a busy year with the release of several updates to make your life better. Read on for info on the exciting new things happening in Sigma.
Companies spend millions on data security. But that spend can instantly be rendered useless by downloading data to a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet.
Despite forward momentum last year, BI adoption has yet to move beyond 30% of all employees. What lies ahead as companies seek to get data in the hands of business experts?
The problem wasn’t lack of data — the problem is never lack of data. The problem was disconnected data and tools that weren’t designed for business users.
We’re starting 2019 with a big release that we think everyone will love: new and improved charts.
Sigma makes cloud analytics as approachable as a spreadsheet and as powerful and expressive as SQL, and levels are the key.
Navis modernizes their data stack with Sigma and Snowflake. The size of the task should never stand in the way of implementing systems that will improve the efficiency and efficacy of your company.
Sigma is the next-generation of analytics for cloud data warehouses with a familiar spreadsheet-like interface that gives business experts the power to ask any question of their data no matter the query
Connect Sigma to your Snowflake cloud data warehouse in one click using our new seamless Partner Connect integration.
Year over year data viewed by month can give us insights on how our business is doing while taking into account seasonality. In Sigma, you can calculate your data in just a few steps!
Time between two sales is a useful number that can be used to tease out additional data about your customers. It’s a number often used when Creating Cohorts, and a common KPI to track.
Breaking users into cohorts gives insights into consumer behavior that are otherwise hidden in the larger picture. Dividing users into categories on Sigma is a straightforward process that will give you new power when looking at your data.
There are times when you need to adjust the a column of dates to fit specific conditions. Finding the most recent or previous weekday is one common case.
Sometimes you need to group your data into categories that are specific to your organization and the analysis you need to do. We make it easy with the functions BinRange and Choose.
Once you calculate your weekly numbers, calculating week over week numbers become very simple when using the Lag or Lead functions.