Scuba release 3.13 includes the following new features:
- Email dashboards
- Data ingest CLI
- Query language in API
- A/B view
- Flow building enhancements
- Additional enhancements
With Scuba 3.13, a user can send a scheduled email containing embedded images of panels on a board.
See Email a board in the User's Guide for more information.
Data ingest CLI
With Scuba 3.13, cluster administrators can use the CLI to perform various tasks to help manage their cluster including but not limited to the following:
- Manage users
- Create new tables, jobs, and pipelines
- Delete and reingest data
To obtain the CLI client, contact your technical account manager.
- ► Scuba CLI terms and conditions
- For clarity, Scuba 3.13 allows you to have enhanced data control and manipulation features (not previously offered), which specifically permit you to delete and reingest your data that is ingested in the Scuba software. By accessing or using Scuba 3.13, you acknowledge and agree that (a) Scuba is not responsible or liable for your deletion, reingestion, or other data manipulation that you perform through the CLI, including any obligation of Scuba to provide you support for the Scuba software if your manipulation of data causes any degradation in the performance of the Scuba software or any loss of your data, and (b) your use of the CLI to delete, reingest or otherwise manipulate your data shall not constitute grounds for any reduction of fees that you are obligated to pay Scuba.
Query language in an API
With Scuba 3.13, the external query API has been improved to support Behavioral Query Language (BQL), Scuba's new querying language built on top of our query model. BQL includes:
- The ability to run arbitrary BQL queries on your Scuba cluster using the external query API.
- Parity with Scuba query model.
- Ability to use a new endpoint to continue running cached queries run through the Scuba user interface.
For more information, see Create queries using the Scuba behavioral query language.
With Scuba 3.13, you can use A/B view to:
- Create one or more experiment populations to compare to an original control.
- Define one or more performance metrics (called "measures" in A/B view) to compare absolute and relative population performance.
- Interpret results in alternate all-in-one or single-experiment comparison tabs.
- Understand experiment validity using p-values or rely on cell shading. Cell shading indicates more or less significant results, as determined by the experiment's p-value.
See Perform A/B testing for more information.
Flow building enhancements
Scuba 3.13 includes:
- Bar and Table charts for preview.
- The ability to hide dropoffs, so you can do funnel analysis.
- Flow path in bar charts.
Scuba release 3.13 includes the following enhancements:
Count unique is now more precise. Adaptive sampling does not kick in for most count unique shard key queries. See Adaptive Sampling in Scuba.
More granular role management on the Admin page.
Changes to the cached board traffic light indicator.
- Improved messaging around board sharing and query limits.
You can now pin modules to boards. The available modules are the retention module and the new A/B view module.
The retention module is now enabled by default.