IBM Planning Analytics Archives – Page 2 of 12 – Revelwood Knowledge Center
IBM Planning Analytics Archives – Page 2 of 12 – Revelwood Knowledge Center

Did you know that you can now easily define your client version of Planning Analytics via an Excel formula? There are many ways to determine your version of Planning Analytics. Some of these approaches include reviewing log files, right clicking on executable files, or simply clicking on a Help/About option. Planning Analytics version 2.0.0 introduces an easy approach get your client information via the use of an Excel formula. The formula TM1INFO can be used to return information about your … Read More


Did you know that your parameters for VIEWCREATE and SUBSCREATE must be in sync? Earlier this year we wrote a blog post about a new parameter that can be used with both the VIEWCREATE function and the SUBSETCREATE function. This new parameter allows TurboIntegrator to create temporary components that are deleted when the script closes. There is, however, an important rule about the compatibility of the settings: Temporary subsets cannot be assigned to permanent views. Since a temporary subset is … Read More


We recently hosted a NYC-based TM1 Lovers Meetup at the IBM offices at 590 Madison in Midtown. The networking and educational event drew Revelwood clients who currently use TM1 and/or Planning Analytics, other TM1 and Planning Analytics users from the Tri-State area, IBMers and members of the Revelwood team. After some networking time (with appetizers and cocktails), Rob Gordy, our VP of Professional Services, held an interactive discussion with the attendees on best practices and practical tips on migrating from … Read More


This is a guest post from Revelwood’s Shane Bethea. Did you know IBM Planning Analytics Workspace (PAW) has a new feature that lets you easily duplicate sheets? Have you ever created a template or dashboard in PAW and thought, “This is a great format. I wish I could quickly replicate this sheet to show several different views of the same information?” PAW has a great feature called ‘Duplicate’ that will allow you to duplicate a sheet as many times as … Read More


Two of our partners – Adaptive Insights and IBM — are featured as Leaders in Gartner’s “Magic Quadrant for Cloud Financial Planning and Analysis Solutions.” This report was previously called the “Magic Quadrant for Cloud Strategic Corporate Performance Management Solutions.” The report includes some overall market trends, which include: An accelerated shift from mature on-premises offerings to cloud solutions Finance leaders are turning to SaaS solutions to reduce application support costs, increase application flexibility and shorten time to value The … Read More


Did you know IBM Planning Analytics has a new function called “Default Members?” This is different from default subsets. Default members are what is used if you were to simply drag a dimension into a Planning Analytics for Excel (PAx) sheet or a Planning Analytics Workspace (PAW) book. Below is what it looks like when dragged into PAx: The default members isn’t as simple as saving a subset, however. It is maintained in a Planning Analytics control cube called “}HierarchyProperties.” … Read More


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