Could skuid please create complete documentation for Aggregate models?

edited May 23, 2018 in Ideas
This is a request, not a question.

The only page I can find that attempts to document aggregate models is the tutorial () and it only covers the basics. How do you work with multiple groupings? How do you (can you) group on reference fields/objects? Why do the references in the tutorial talk about using the "computer-y" generated names, when a page actually wants the underlying field api name? What is the difference between a basic and a rollup grouping method? Can I produce a HAVING clause in the aggregate query? Some of the answers I know, and some I don't, but they are examples of what should be in skuid's documentation that does not require searching the community pages.
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  • Amy DewaalAmy Dewaal 💎
    edited May 23, 2018
    Mike,

    Thanks for bringing this to our attention! I'll let our documentation team know about this
  • Cody TaylorCody Taylor ✭✭✭
    edited April 11, 2017
    Hello Mike, 

    We appreciate your feedback. As we move our content to our new site at docs.skuid.com, we're always working to improve our documentation.

    Our aggregate model topic has undergone a pretty extensive overhaul; it now provides a more conceptual, in-depth overview. Additionally, we've revised the step-by-step use case as a sub-topic. 

    Check it out here:

    https://docs.skuid.com/latest/en/skuid/models/aggregate-model/
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