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Your first assignment in Planning Analytics for Microsoft Excel: A tutorial!

You sit down at your desk with your morning coffee. You're the new business analyst. Excited to make a good first impression, you immediately turn on your computer and open Microsoft Excel; the emails from Mom can wait. The user interface is familiar but there's a new tab. Let's get started. ...

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Analyze detailed data by using drill throughs in IBM Planning Analytics for Microsoft Excel

Drilling through on a cell provides detailed data on the cell, and shows you information from the data source. You can drill through on cells in Exploration Views, Custom Reports, Quick Reports, and Dynamic Reports. In this post, we'll go through how to can perform a drill through in IBM...

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Adding and executing APIs in IBM Planning Analytics for Microsoft Excel

IBM Planning Analytics for Microsoft Excel features an IBM Cognos automation API, which helps users automate many of their tasks. In a previous post, we went through how you can set up Planning Analytics for Microsoft Excel. Today, we'll continue from where we left off and show you how you can...

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Context sensitive action buttons in Cognos Insight

There's a new feature in town and you can find it in Cognos Insight for Planning Analytics Local 2.0.4. You can add a button to run an IBM® Cognos® TM1® TurboIntegrator script that was created by the Import wizard or by the Cognos TM1 administrator. Action buttons that run a TurboIntegrator (TI)...

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Creating a cube in IBM Planning Analytics Workspace

This video shows you how to create a cube in IBM Planning Analytics Workspace. #workspace #Planning Analytics Workspace #Resources #PAW #administrator #modeler #modeling #GettingStarted #PlanningAnalyticsWorkspace #Video #planninganalyticstrial #book #pahome #pa-home

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