TM1 Archives – Revelwood Knowledge Center
TM1 Archives – Revelwood Knowledge Center

This is a guest blog post by Revelwood’s Nina Gorday. Did you know it is best practice to maintain a hierarchy in Planning Analytics via TurboIntegrator (TI) process whenever possible? There are five key functions that can be used to do so. Read More


IBM Planning Analytics Tips & Tricks Series Did you know there are some easy approaches to troubleshooting IBM Planning Analytics for Excel (PAx)? Given that PAx is an Excel add-in, sometimes things go wrong. Do you know the basic steps to take when a user says that PAx isn’t working for them? We at Revelwood have often seen two primary issues that appear at our clients: The “IBM Planning Analytics” ribbon doesn’t show up A user can connect in, but … Read More


IBM Planning Analytics Tips & Tricks Series This is a guest post from Shane Bethea. It is part two in a series on the Workspace Rule Editor. Read part one here. Did you know there are new features in the IBM Planning Analytics Workspace (PAW) Rule editor that were not in the TM1 Rule editor? Even if you are familiar with writing rules in TM1, you might want some tips and tricks for the new Rule editor in PAW. Here … Read More


IBM Planning Analytics Tips & Tricks Series This is a guest post from Shane Bethea. Did you know that most TM1/Planning Analytics development can now be done in Planning Analytics Workspace (PAW)? PAW has a lot of development capabilities and allows modelers to do most development that would have previously been done in Perspectives. In addition, PAW has new development capabilities that are not available in Perspectives. There are six modeling widgets available in a PAW book. Dimension editor Cube … Read More


IBM Planning Analytics Tips & Tricks Series Did you know IBM Planning Analytics’ snap commands can serve as a spellcheck for you? In today’s Twitter and text based world, misspellings (or abbreviations, as some people call them) have become a way of life. It’s virtually impossible to make it through a day without seeing a reference to “ur”, “imho” or some other form of abbreviation. For those of you who use these abbreviations regularly, you will be happy to know … Read More


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. … Read More


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