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Apr 2016
ChiragKParmar
@ChiragKParmar
Apr 22 2016 00:25
@arikfr oh okay! Thanks
@kmmats what do you mean by number formatting?
Katharine Matsumoto
@kmmats
Apr 22 2016 02:42
@ChiragKParmar : Any integer that is displayed in the results is always comma-separated. our ids are ints and so it's annoying to do any kind of copy-paste on the output. we'd prefer to specify that numbers come out without being comma-separated: ie 123456 not 123,456
ChiragKParmar
@ChiragKParmar
Apr 22 2016 03:55
@kmmats would consider casting them as string, if you don’t want to see comma?
Arik Fraimovich
@arikfr
Apr 22 2016 04:11
@kmmats currently the only way to escape the default formatting is to return your numbers as String. Ability to control the way numbers presented in the table is planned for the next version.
ChiragKParmar
@ChiragKParmar
Apr 22 2016 04:21
@arikfr can you please share your slides for "How We Turned Everyone at Our Company into Analysts with Python and SQL” of your PyDataLondon 2015 talk ?
Arik Fraimovich
@arikfr
Apr 22 2016 04:26
@ChiragKParmar http://www.slideshare.net/mobile/arikfr/py-data-london-2015-shareable there was supposed to be a recording but looks like it's lost :-(
ChiragKParmar
@ChiragKParmar
Apr 22 2016 04:27
:( Thanks for the slide though :)
litaotao
@litaotao
Apr 22 2016 07:39
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Arik Fraimovich
@arikfr
Apr 22 2016 07:55
@litaotao I was about to answer but I see you deleted your question.... Still want an answer?
litaotao
@litaotao
Apr 22 2016 08:04
@arikfr hi, arik, yeah, thanks
I was reading the source code to see if I've missed something, ahaha
Arik Fraimovich
@arikfr
Apr 22 2016 08:39
@litaotao see this for reference:getredash/redash#648
Proper documentation page will be very appreciated.
litaotao
@litaotao
Apr 22 2016 08:47
ok, I see, thanks, Arik, I'll add some basic tutorial and submit a PR recently, @arikfr
and, is the project totally open-source? or is there a commercial edition? for I see there is a "start free 30 day trial" on the website, a little confusing for me,
Arik Fraimovich
@arikfr
Apr 22 2016 08:53
@litaotao completely open source. The trial is for the hosted service.
litaotao
@litaotao
Apr 22 2016 09:08
cool, thanks
Federico Ponzi
@FedericoPonzi
Apr 22 2016 10:35
Hi, how can i change the limit of parallel queries? When I run 2 queries, one goes in running mode and the other stays in queue until the other is done
Federico Ponzi
@FedericoPonzi
Apr 22 2016 11:34
I have c4 but still I can't run more then 1 query concurrently :c