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Creating High Performance Dashboard and Report Using Cognos Data Set

Authors: Kevin Nichols (Performance) and George Xu (Senior Software Developer) Introduction The project timeline is tight. You need to come up with a reporting solution quickly with high performance. The data set from IBM Cognos Analytics could be your best choice. Building on...

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How to Update an Existing Uploaded File in IBM #Cognos Analytics

Suppose I have already uploaded a file to IBM Cognos Analytics. If I make any of the following changes to it, can I re-upload (update) it successfully? Here is a short video that explains the process: How to upload your own data (11.1.x) Related posts: What types of files can be...

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Guide to IBM #Cognos Analytics Sample Data

You can start getting familiar with IBM Cognos Analytics by using the sample data provided. These data sets have all been tested with IBM Cognos Analytics, and are the basis for many of the samples and videos. Sample data can now be downloaded directly from the IBM Accelerator Catalog . ...

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Grab a Slice of Data: Cognos Analytics 11.0.4 Unveils Data Sets

Reports, dashboards, and stories need data. This data might be made available to you by an administrator who creates packages, or you may have uploaded your own data from an Excel file. Cognos Analytics version 11.0.4 introduces a new type of gateway to data – they are called data sets. Data...

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Where is data uploaded into Cognos Analytics stored?

In versions of Cognos Analytics prior to 11.0.3, data sets from uploaded files and data modules in snapshot mode are saved directly to the file system. The data sets are stored in a columnar format designed to be loaded into memory quickly on demand when accessed by the Cognos query engine. As...

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