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  • Blog Post: Time Intelligence Differences between Grids and Scorecards

    Time intelligence (TI) is one of the great features of PerformancePoint, but it has always taken users time to understand and implement. And we have received more than a few discussion list posts and customer inquiries when things don't add up -- literally. Today, I wanted to draw your attention to a...
  • Blog Post: Cleaning Up Scorecards by Filtering Results

    In building scorecards, sometimes the end result can lose impact if it contains information that has no value. One such kind of information are members that return empty results. Today, you have the ability on a published scorecard, in SharePoint, to filter out empty rows or filter by status indicator...
  • Blog Post: Introduction to Time Intelligence

    Welcome to the world of Time Intelligence for Microsoft Performance Point Services! Dynamically analyzing your data with respect to time has never been easier. From dissecting historic performance, to calculating Year over Year metrics, to analyzing Year to Date performance, Time intelligence puts time...
  • Blog Post: Why is Show Details disabled for Scorecard views

    The "Show Details" option is only enabled if the data for the KPI is sourced from Analysis Services and if the KPI calculation column is set to Source Data . This is because the Show Details feature is implemented using Analysis Services "drill through". - added by Greg Bernhardt (Program Manager from...
  • Blog Post: KPI Calculations - Best Practices

    Best Practices on Using Calculations · Use calculations only with Standard KPIs (non leaf level). · Accept the default values for Standard KPIs (leaf level) and Objective KPIs. Detailed Description of Behavior To understand how the Calculation setting affects a KPI, it is important to understand...
  • Blog Post: Creating Trend Charts in M&A

    Trend charts use Data Mining algorithms in SQL Server Analysis Services 2005 to predict future values of KPIs in your scorecard. KPIs can be sourced from any data source, Excel, SSAS, SQL, etc. Because the trend charts utilize the Time Series Data Mining algorithm in SSAS 2005, in order to use the trend...
  • Blog Post: Using Bulk Edit in M&A

    Bulk edit is a feature that allows you to change the properties for multiple objects at a time. Bulk edit can only be performed on items in a workspace. If you need to make changes to items on the server, you will need to download items into a workspace, make the changes and then re-publish the items...
  • Blog Post: Working with Tabular Data Sources in PerformancePoint Monitoring

    With PerformancePoint Monitoring Server you can source data in scorecards from a variety of data sources, including Excel 2007, Excel Services and Relational Tables. When using Excel or Relational data sources, it is best to format your data in a specific manner in order to use this data most effectively...
  • Blog Post: Creating KPIs from PerformancePoint Planning Cubes

    PerformancePoint Planning cubes are generally more targeted smaller cubes than your general cubes created from your data warehouse. These cubes require a different finesse when creating scorecards from them. When creating scorecards off of PerformancePoint Planning cubes, it is typically easier to generate...
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