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Highlight important data with conditional formatting in IBM #Planning Analytics Workspace

By CHARLIE LE posted Wed November 08, 2017 01:39 PM

  
IBM Planning Analytics Workspace boasts powerful analytics capabilities that let you identify exceptions in your data easily. You can make these exceptions stand out by using conditional formatting in Planning Analytics Workspace.

Here's a table without any conditional formatting:



Conditional formatting lets you define which conditions you want to highlight:



Here's the same table with the negative variance cells highlighted:



And here it is with both the negative and positive variance cells highlighted:



Applying conditional formatting to your tables lets you quickly highlight key information.

To learn more about conditional formats in IBM Planning Analytics Workspace, visit the Knowledge Center.

Or watch this video on conditional formatting in IBM Planning Analytics Workspace:

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