If you have your own website or blogs, sometimes you need to have an interactive data table that allows your visitors to explore and even download it. This article demonstrates how to export your data as an embedded table and how embedded tables work on your website.
How embedded tables can be used?
Share a sample of a valuable dataset
Attach a table to support your arguments or analysis
Present your analysis
Here you can specify the number of rows to display on your website. Currently, Acho limits the maximum number of rows to 5,000 to protect the universal front-end performance on different websites.
Next, click the
Generate Embed Link button and copy the HTML embed link.
You can change the “width”, and “height” to customize the size of your embedded table on your website. If you prefer the table to be responsive, just set the width = “100%”.
Your visitors can explore and download the data through embedded tables. Embedded tables offer the following interactive features:
Visitors can see all rows and columns in the sample table. If you don't want to show all columns, you can hide some of them on Acho Studio before exporting the data (Please see Hide Columns).
By specifying keywords in the search bar, visitors can explore the table
Acho supports two options to allow users to download data.
Download Original: users can acquire the original dataset by logging into Acho. (See here)
Download Sample: users can download the sample dataset directly without logging into Acho Studio. The sample dataset is exactly the same as the data table that displays on your webiste.
If you are a new user, you can sign up for a new account (click the
Sign up button at the top-right of the page) or use your Google account to log in by clicking
Continue with Google.
On the right-hand side of the login page, you can find some details about the table, including the table name, the number of rows, and the supplier name.
After logging into Acho, the dataset already exists in Resources. The type of the dataset will be annotated as "Embed / Supplier Name".