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  • 1.  PAW Cube Viewer - Show Attributes

    Posted Wed February 09, 2022 10:59 AM
    In the new PAW Cube Viewer (I believe this was the same in the classic viewer as well) if you display attributes on a Row Dimension it displays the attribute header. But when you do it on a column dimension, you can only see the attribute header if you hover over a little tag icon.

    Are there any plans in place to allow a way for the attribute header to be visible for column dimensions also?



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    Declan Rodger
    Technical Director
    Spitfire Analytics
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  • 2.  RE: PAW Cube Viewer - Show Attributes

    Posted 12 days ago
    I just submitted a support request for the same issue. i'll let you know how it goes.

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    Chris Courim
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  • 3.  RE: PAW Cube Viewer - Show Attributes

    Posted 10 days ago
    Awesome - I had completely forgotten about this topic!
    A lot of the time the attributes you display are really obvious and don't necessarily need it - to the extent that you wouldn't want to lose the screen "real estate" just for another title.

    Recently though I did release an application containing a view where the "number of days" in a given month were displayed under the column headers, as it forms part of the calculation for some of the data. Other views in the same application had the "last date" for the given month - as again that view was showing data that used the last date of the month in the calculation.
    All pretty straightforward and when users stop to think, it is obvious what the attribute is related to... but I quickly lost track of the number of users asking what it is!

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    Declan Rodger
    Technical Director
    Spitfire Analytics
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  • 4.  RE: PAW Cube Viewer - Show Attributes

    Posted 8 days ago
    Declan, Chris,

    There is a mouse hover over the ellipsis to see the full attribute name, it was released like that to save the real estate of the table to display data.
    How you'd see the attribute name to fit into the column display btw, repeating for all, with the switcher on/off?

    Best Regards,
    Svetlana


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    Svetlana Pestsova
    IBM Planning Analytics Product Manager
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