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Rill 0.10 – Expanded leaderboard metrics and nightly binaries

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⚑ Rill Developer is a tool that makes it effortless to transform your datasets with SQL and create powerful, opinionated dashboards. These are our release notes for our 0.10 release, still in Tech Preview.

To try out Rill Developer, check out these instructions and let us know over on Discord if you encounter any problems or have ideas about how to improve Rill Developer!

In our 0.6 release of Rill Developer we introduced dashboard leaderboards that present the top 7 dimension values for a given measure. Understanding the leads of each dimension helps us understand major players, but it is is hard to go deeper when you can only select 1 metric at a time for the very top of the pack. In the 0.10 release of Rill Developer we introduce expanded leaderboard tables to help you make these comparisons easily and focus on the impact of more segments.

  • Expanded leaderboard metrics β€” When we are exploring aggregated measures we want to be able to compare dimension values and see additional values beyond the top 7 when they are focused on a specific dimension’s impact. Our new dimension tables expand your leaderboards to provide a deeper view into all of your metrics for the top 250 values. You can use these values as filters.

  • Nightly binaries β€” Want to stay on the bleeding edge of our development? We have added support for nightly builds of our fast install binaries. You can easily switch between the production release and the nightly build by re-running the script for the version you want. Try it yourself using our nightly build script:

    curl -s []( | bash -s -- --nightly

    We don’t yet have nightly builds for M1 Mac (arm64), so if you are running a M1 Mac and trying to install a nightly build, the script will ask if you want to install the x64 nightly build instead. This version will work on a M1 Mac but will be using Apples’s Rosetta 2 emulation, so you might notice performance difference between this binary and the native arm64 builds we have for the release versions.