TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. Selecting Variable
To bring up the pivot table, first, you should click on Select data library columns on the top right to choose the variables (i.e. columns) on your metadata that you are interested in analyzing. You can either choose all columns or select specific columns from the dropdown menu.
The shortcut for the above-mentioned manual is just simply to drag the interested variation from the left area (light blue) to the middle area (grey). In the below image, you see that "Observation" has been dragged to the grey zone.
2. Specify Visualization Type
Then, you can determine the types of data visualization you want by clicking on the Visualization type. (e.g., Table chart, Bar chart, Treemap).
3. Specify Summary Type
The next step is to select the statistical calculation for your bioinformatic analysis by clicking on the Summary type. Note that you should mention the column(s) you want to analyze down this element (Red arrow).
4. Get Your Results
You can get the plots or tables simply by clicking on Export.
5. Selecting data from the data library
To restore already done analysis you can input the ID you have already assigned to your analysis. Once you see the interested dataset, you can choose it by selecting on Select Dataset.
Once you specified you dataset, you can edit previous your selection and switch to a new dataset by clicking on Edit Selected Dataset.