This is the area of the interface where you will be adding the different components and data sources that are required to run your analysis, and connecting them in order to define each step of the workflow in order of execution.
In this central panel you will always find the main diagram of your workflow, with all its components and data sources connected according to what you have established.
In the workflow canvas you have the possibility to add visual assets and annotations to provide explanations on your workflow.
You can do it by clicking on the corresponding icon in the toolbar and drag on the canvas. This will help you make very complex workflows more understandable.
The notes support Markdown syntax, allowing to add different levels of headers, text formatting, code blocks, in line monospace code, bulleted and ordered lists, links, images, etc.
Import a file to your workflow
On the toolbar on top of the canvas you will find the Import file into workflow button.
Clicking this button will let you select a location in the canvas to place a datasource. After that, select a local file from your computer or specify a URL that will be imported as a data node in your workflow.
Automatic description of a workflow
This feature is in public beta, available on demand. Please contact us if you wish to have it enabled in your account.
On the toolbar on top of the canvas you will find the Generate workflow description button.
Clicking this button will let you select a location in the canvas that will contain an automatic description of the workflow.
This description is obtained using Generative AI on the workflow's SQL code.
Rename a node
Double click on a node's name to add a custom name to it. By using more descriptive names, your workflow will be much easier to understand.