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IBM Planning Analytics with Watson April 2021 Newsletter

News Starting April 1st 2021, “with Watson” will be added to the Planning Analytics name. Planning Analytics with Watson will be the official product name represented on our website, in the product login and documentation, as well as within marketing collateral moving forward. However,...

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IBM Planning Analytics Newsletter - January 2021

News Dispelling the Myths : IBM's ongoing investment in IBM Planning Analytics, powered by IBM TM1. Planning Analytics was released on Dec 17th. One important update was the enhancement of TM1 Server logging, which now includes SQL error logging . Planning Analytics for...

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Get your hands on the Framework Manager vs Data Module gaps document and the 4-5-4 Retail calendar

Sample Retail Calendar for relative time analysis When we released relative time filters for Gregorian and Fiscal calendars, our customers loved it and found them very valuable. They are straightforward to set up and are very powerful for analysis. However, our retail customers who have...

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The new Learn pane in Cognos Analytics 11.1.6

IBM Cognos Analytics users can now experience a new way to learn and get help. So what's new? When you log in to Cognos Analytics, you'll notice a new Learn pane open in your user interface. Or, if you are already logged in, you can click the Help icon and open the Learn pane. The cognitive help...

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'Burst to File' available for Cognos Analytics on Cloud Hosted

" Burst to File" Available in Cognos Analytics on Cloud Hosted Cognos Analytics On-Premise customers have long been using report output saved to a local file system for consumption by internal or third-party audiences. When the Cognos Analytics environment is moved to the cloud, however, it...

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Faster Dashboards with HTTP/2

Although IBM Cognos Analytics doesn’t require a web server like Microsoft IIS or Apache HTTP Server to be configured for it, it is a best practice to do so as it is essential for load balancing certain requests and serving static content like icons and image files efficiently . Did you...

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Getting started in Planning Analytics Workspace

Maybe the company you work for recently adopted IBM Planning Analytics Workspace. Maybe you've just started a new job that already uses the product. Or maybe you're just trying it out to see what it can do for you. Whatever the reason, here are some great videos to help you start analyzing...

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IBM Design Sponsor User Program

Sign up to work alongside the IBM Design team on creating products and user programs that work for you. #Tip-of-the-week #Tip-of-the-week-home

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Making the most of your IBM Planning Analytics trial

Once you have signed up for the trial, you have options available to you that will help you explore the key capabilities, examine the benefits and understand how IBM Planning Analytics can apply to your business challenges. This document will help you answer the following questions: ...

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