Release Notes 2023-02-03

Good news everyone, another update has dropped! Along with around 80 bug fixes and lots of performance optimisations, I’m excited to announce we’ve added some new features.

We love to hear your feedback, so please get stuck in!

Have a great weekend!

Summary Shelf
If you’ve ever found yourself grappling with more dimensions in your table than you’d like, we’ve introduced an extra shelf to the pivot controls. Moving a dimensions to the summary shelf will aggregate away that dimension, using the summary method selected for each of the measures in your table.


If you have different summary methods selected for some dimensions, the order on summary shelf, will dictate the order in which they are aggregated.


  • Separator symbols are now auto detected during so you can import a greater variety of CSV files.
  • Improved the date parsing during import. We saw that some people had dates formatted like 2017.04.28. Let us know if you encounter formats which don’t work.
  • Time range now extended during import. Have you ever imported a file and found that some of the dates are outside the project time range and highlighted in Red? The import process will now extend the project time range based on the dates contained in your CSV file. This should mean you can get moving with your data even faster.

Dimension Views

You can now configure a dimension on a dashboard without adding it to a table. We had lots of feedback that having to create a table in order to drag in a dimension and configure it was frustrating, leaving you with lots of unnecessary tables. You can now drop you dimension on to a dashboard and configure them.


Deleting Dimensions

It is now safe to delete dimensions from the contents panel. We’ll let you know where the dimensions are being used and offer you a choice of what to do with any data associated with those dimensions.



You can now drop dimensions straight onto cards. This is great if you pick up a template and want to explore some different scenarios for the input drivers. You’ll see page selectors appear across the top and you can switch between the different items in the dimension as you would a table or chart.


We know it’s still quite difficult to get started in arithmix, we’re working on lots of ways to help you get started. We’ve introduced some animations to the interactive onboarding. We’ll be adding lots more context sensitive suggestions in the coming weeks.