The Table Customizer allows you to configure how you want the table to look to users. When you open the Table Customizer, you'll notice two tabs: Column Configuration and Background Color Mapping. The Column Configuration tab contains a number of column configuration properties that can be used to customize each column in the dataset to look a certain way. You can assign a header name, hide a column, make the column editable and sortable, align the text within the column, add a prefix by putting a "$" in front of a value, or suffix by adding a "%" at the end of a value, select a number and date format, turn the column into a progress bar, translate a number into a string or image or even into a background or foreground color. It's even possible to change the background, foreground, and font for the text in each particular column or cell, and more.
In the Background Color Mapping tab, you can set the table's Background property to 'Mapped', and choose a column to govern the background color of each row. The column is specified in the Mapping Column dropdown selector. The column must be a numeric type. The number to color translation works with the contents of the mapping column rows to format the cells in accordance with the selected color.
If you want to test how the Table Customizer works in the Table, drag a Table on to your workspace, go to the Test Data property in the Property Editor, and check the 'false' checkbox. It will automatically fill the table with some test data so you get test out the Table Customizer