IBM Planning Analytics Tips & Tricks Series
Did you know IBM Planning Analytics has snap commands that allow you to use natural language wording to perform simple tasks? One example of this entails the use of sorting data within a view.
We can start with a simple view that shows operating expenses by quarter.
We can sort this by simply typing “sort Q1 2016” into the snap command window.
By default, the sort command sorts the values in ascending order. We can sort data in descending order by adding “descending”, “des”, or “de” in front of the time period.
In addition to defining the order, the sort command allows for parameters that define row vs. column sorting and allow you to break the hierarchy when sorting.
Once we have completed our analysis, we can reset the view and clear all sorting by typing “sort -x”.
There are many different ways to sort your data and Planning Analytics’ snap commands allow you to use them in your analyses.
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