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The Dataset Schema interface displays the extended dimensions (countable, simple, many-to-many, numeric, denormal, and time dimensions) defined in any Transformation Dataset Configuration file and the relationships between those dimensions.
In addition, the Dataset Schema interface shows any derived dimensions that you have defined, as well as any extended dimensions that are configured to be hidden.
This section discusses the following topics:
The following table lists the dimension types and the colors in which their names appear in the Dataset Schema interface. Parents for the sample dimensions (from the example above) are noted as well.
|Dimension Type||Color||Sample Dimension and Parent|
Visitor - In this schema, Visitor is a root countable dimension.
Session - parent is Visitor.
|Denormal||Yellow||DenormalPage - parent is Page View.|
|Derived||Blue||Next Page - parent is Page View.|
|Many-to-Many||Pink and Green (The stem from the parent is pink, while the dimension name is green.)||Search Term - parent is Session.|
|Numeric||Green||Exact Page Duration - parent is Page View In this example, Exact Page Duration is a hidden numeric dimension. See the Hidden dimension type in this table.|
|Simple||Green||Page - parent is Page View .|
|Time||Green||Hour - parent is Session.|
|Hidden||Hidden dimensions are a darker version of the appropriate dimension type color. For example, a hidden numeric dimension is a darker, less bright green.||Exact Page Duration - parent is Page View.|
If you want to change the default visualization that displays, see the Configuring Interface and Analysis Features chapter in the Data Workbench User Guide.