When you configure a cross-chart reference, you can associate a single dataset or multiple datasets with available charts in a dashboard. When you want to compare data from multiple datasets, you must select an associated field from each dataset. Some values of these selected fields must be the same. Otherwise, you cannot compare multiple datasets. This example is based on the company_sales_record_en_us and company_sales_record datasets.

Create a dataset

  1. Log on to the Quick BI console.
  2. Choose Workspace > Datasets to enter the Datasets page.
  3. Click Create Data Sources to select a data source.
  4. Click the Create Dataset icon to Create a dataset.

Create a dashboard

  1. Click Dashboards to enter the Dashboards page.
  2. On the Data tab, select the company_sales_record_en_us dataset.
  3. Select a chart such as table.
  4. Select the required fields.
  5. Click Update to update the chart.
  6. Click the Style tab, rename the chart to Overseas report.
  7. On the Data tab, select the company_sales_record dataset.
  8. Select a chart and fields, such as table.
  9. Click Update to update the chart.
  10. Click the Style tab, rename the chart Domestic report.
  11. Click Save to save the dashboard.

Associate multiple datasets with a dashboard

  1. Click the Filter Bar control, and drag the control at the top of the dashboard.
  2. On the data tab, select a dataset, such as company_sales_record.
  3. Select a field to be filtered such as product_box.
  4. Click the Set Filter icon.
  5. In the Set Filter dialog box, click the Single-Dataset tab and select Domestic report.
  6. Click the Multi-Dataset tab, and click the drop-down arrow of Overseas report to view the field list.
  7. Select the product_box field.
  8. In the Set Filter area, click Filter by Enumeration and select Radio or Multiple Select.
  9. Click the drop-down arrow of product_box, select the values to be filtered, and click OK.
  10. Click Search to obtain the query results from both the Overseas report chart and the Domestic report chart.