After setting up Airtable as a data source, you can create a visualization in Superchart based on Airtable data. Follow these basic steps to get started:
Click "+Create visualization" to begin building from scratch.
You'll be able to choose the data source after starting the new visualization.
If you have multiple data sources, you'll select Airtable as a first step.
After choosing Airtable as the data source for the visualization, you'll be able to select a specific set of data.
Within your Airtable account, choose which Base and Table you want to use for visualization.
For further limiting, Superchart can restrict data down to a particular grid view.
Views in Airtable can be used to scope records based on filters. If you want to limit the Superchart visualization down to just a view, select it as an optional third input.
Once you've selected the view (or skipped that step), you'll import your Airtable data to begin configuring your visualization.
When you click "Import data", we'll create a connection to that Airtable data set for this visualization. If you add fields, you'll see them show up as available for configuration. If you add records in Airtable and refresh the Superchart data, you'll see the new data pull through.
From here, you'll be taken to configure a visualization from the Airtable base and table you've chosen.