Are you ready to dive into ad hoc analysis and/or report building with Sigma Workbooks? Check out the following resources to get started.
Workbooks are Sigma's newest and most dynamic document type. They harness and extend the power of Sigma's original document types — worksheets and dashboards — in one central interface. They're designed to support both ad hoc data exploration and longterm complex reporting.
This article will introduce you to workbook basics and direct you to introductory resources.
Workbooks can be accessed in three different modes: Edit, Explore, and View. The mode(s) you have access to on any given workbook depend on the permissions granted to you for that individual workbook.
This article will introduce you to all three workbook modes.
This article will teach you the basics of creating your first workbook.
Workbooks support three element types: data elements, control elements, and UI elements.
This article will introduce you to the three element types and direct you to introductory resources for each.
Learn about element creation, data sourcing, and editing. Then dive into your data by creating your first data element.
Learn how controls can help you (and your reports' consumers) interact with your data. Then create your first filter or parameter.
Follow our tutorials to discover workbook analysis best practices.
This article will introduce you to the workbook lifecycle, teaching you how to draft and publish your work.