Create a New Visualization
Once your query has finished running for the first time, you can add a
visualization by clicking the “New Visualization” button above the results
Edit A Visualization
You can modify the settings of an existing visualization from the query editor
screen. Click the visualization on the tab bar and you’ll see an
Edit Visualization option beneath each visualization. Clicking it will open
the current settings for that visualization (type, X axis, Y axis, groupings
etc.). Hit “Save” to apply your changes or “Cancel” to leave no trace.
It’s easy to embed Redash visualizations. Just click the elipsis button beneath
any visualization to show further options and select
This will pop up the
<iframe> code you can drop into your HTML pages.
Queries with text-type parameters do not support embeds.
PNG image Embeds
For SaaS customers, there is also a hardlink to a PNG of your visualization
snap.redash.io. The PNG embed is especially useful in contexts
where iframes won’t work (like GitHub issues). If you need the visualization PNG
to include a
Cache-Control: no-cache header, just tack the Query String
?no-cache to the end of your PNG embed link.
Query String Variables for Embeds
You can append query string variables to your embed URLs:
?hide_parameters hides any parameter selection widgets
?hide_header hides the branded Redash header and query title
?hide_link hides the link back to Redash
?hide_timestamp hides the timestamp
Downloading A Visualization as an Image File
For chart visualizations, you can also download a local image file. Just hover
your mouse near the top right area of the visualization and click the camera
icon that appears. A PNG will be downloaded to your device.