Hi Vincenzo,

For example, you could use table chart. This visualisation type can render html code from data, so that all your data will be rendered according to html specification (like links/images/etc.). If you click such a link from table chart, Superset will fill the Jinja url_param and you can use its parts in your data sets via retrieving values. In the example provided in the article, you can use page number, that was set to 777, to filter your virtual dataset via SQL.

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