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Getting started in Planning Analytics Trial

Congratulations on signing up for IBM Planning Analytics Trial! IBM Planning Analytics is a powerful, yet easy to use cloud solution that will help you overcome the common frustrations of using spreadsheet based processes for planning and analysis. Planning Analytics Trial allows you to use...

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Improve your Line and Column visualizations with the Share vertical axis range property

By default, Line and Column visualizations use separate vertical axis value ranges for the two measures in a visualization. In some circumstances when your visualization contains two similar measures, this can result in a visualization that, while accurate, does not provide a clear visual...

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How to build a custom workflow using Data Reservation in Planning Analytics Workspace

You can build custom workflows to set up and manage work processes, defining procedural rules, such as who can edit data and whether changes to data need to be approved. In this video demonstration, we'll set up two users: Bob, a finance user who does planning for his team The performance...

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Column-based visualizations in Planning Analytics Workspace

As of version 2.0.35, IBM Planning Analytics Workspace uses an optional column-based visualization model. This is a significant enhancement that eliminates the need to worry about a defined measures dimension when creating visualizations. However, you'll see this new visualization model only ...

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Visualization changes in Planning Analytics Workspace

Planning Analytics Workspace version 2.0.35 introduces a new column-based visualization model that simplifies the creation of charts and other visualizations. IMPORTANT : The initial introduction of the column-based visualization model in 2.0.35 can be enabled or disabled by your...

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Tips and tricks: The power of data spreading

One of the most powerful and complex features of TM1® is data spreading. You can apply predefined data spreading methods to distribute numeric data to cells in a cube view. Presto! you've written large amounts of data into your TM1 database in the blink of an eye. You can also use data...

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Use drag and drop to create a new dimension or hierarchy in Planning Analytics Workspace

You can drag and drop a file onto the dimension editor to create a new dimension or a new hierarchy of an existing dimension in Planning Analytics Workspace. When you import a file in this manner, you can create parent/child relationships in a dimension or hierarchy, and even create or update...

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Tips and tricks: Reserving dimensions in Planning Analytics Workspace

Did you know that you can reserve a dimension in Planning Analytics Workspace to prevent other people from editing the dimension while you are working on it? When you reserve a dimension, any changes are not saved until you commit the changes (unlike when you work on an unreserved dimension,...

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

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: ...

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Tips and tricks: Working in the set editor in #Planning Analytics Workspace

There are a number of features in IBM Planning Analytics Workspace that help you to work in large dimensions in the set editor. For example, you can... Expand deep dimensions down to their lowest levels using Expand to descendants. Drill down on members either from the right-click...

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