Tables build visualizations based on the following types of columns:
A Rows column, whose bins define how records are broken down along rows of the table.
A Columns column, whose bins define how records are broken down along columns of the table. Note that either a Rows or a Columns column must be specified, but only one is required.
A required Content column (and optionally more than one), whose values are aggregated for each row/column bin.
Colored tables include an optional fourth type of column that colors the table cells based upon the aggregated values of the Color column, like a heat map. If the Color column is not specified, then the table cells are colored based upon the Content column(s).