🏁Getting Started

Data Warehouse showcase with a simple use case.

You can create QUERIES (1), create DASHBOARDS (2) combining queries
and visualizations built for them, TAG (3) them, and PUBLISH (4) for 
public usage. Queries should be published in order to be available for
dashboards and public. Dashboards should be published in order to be available
from outside. Let’s take a look for a β€œXFI Pools Activity” (5) dashboard for example.

Here we have a set of QUERY DASHBOARDS (1), global params for dashboards (2), 
and REFRESH rate (3). In order to go down to the QUERY (4), select it from DROPDOWN (5).

On a query page there is a SQL QUERY (1) with PARAMS (2). On a left you can find a LIST OF TABLES (3) for
a network, and select REQUIRED TABLE (4). Query result is found in a TABLE (5). Next, take a look at VISUALIZATION (6).

    toUnixTimestamp(toString('{{dates.start}}')) AS dateStart,
    toUnixTimestamp(toString('{{dates.end}}')) AS dateEnd
    DATE(block_timestamp) as timestamp,
    CAST(token_addresses[1] as CHAR) as tokenFrom,
    CAST(token_addresses[2] as CHAR) as tokenTo,
    amounts[1] as tokenFromAmount,
    amounts[2] as tokenToAmount,
FROM xfi_test.dex_trades

Go down the VISUALIZATION CONFIG (1, 2), select CHART (3) type and choose required AXIS AND PARAMS (4).
There’s a variety of dashboards you can build (5).

Query can be used via REST (1), dashboard can be published via URL (2).

curl -X POST 'https://api.dev.dex.guru/wh/xfi_addresses_interaction?api_key=sTa5PAljgZuakDAojY8YipKcUq0jHQH2mI8xKlxn' -H 'Content-Type: application/json' --data '{"parameters": {"dates":"d_last_month"}}'
fetch( "https://api.dev.dex.guru/wh/xfi_addresses_interaction?api_key=sTa5PAljgZuakDAojY8YipKcUq0jHQH2mI8xKlxn", { method: "POST", headers: {"Content-Type": "application/json"}, body: '{"parameters": {"dates":"d_last_month"}}' } )

That is all for a main features introduction.
All details can be provided on demand.
Other features and uses cases will be described in a while.

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