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Get Started Today with IBM Planning Analytics

Do you need to come up to speed with IBM Planning Analytics? Don't want to wake up at 3am your time to attend a webinar? Do you wish you could simply try out technology without having to talk to a sales person? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then IBM's Digital Technical...

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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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Getting your numbers in just got easier in April 2018 Update of Planning Analytics

This update improves the copy-paste support to allow for rows and columns to be duplicated and for single values to be pasted into a range. Your long column headers also get a word wrap to free up some screen width. Row, Column and Range Copy & Paste Workspace has supported copy/paste...

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Creating a time dimension in #IBM Planning Analytics Workspace

A time dimension defines the time periods that are used in your model. When you create a time dimension by selecting the Customize as Time option, the levels in the dimension are created for you based on the granularity that you select. For more information, see Create a time dimension . ...

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Importing data into a cube in Planning Analytics Workspace

You can now import data into a cube simply by dragging a formatted text file onto a cube in IBM Planning Analytics Workspace. You must have modeler rights to do this. Here's a video that shows how it's done: You can also find out more here: https://www.ibm.com/support/knowledgecenter...

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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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