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#1 Posted : Friday, August 12, 2011 1:57:14 AM(UTC)
Amar Ravi
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I have two dimensions. 1) Date 2) Feedback.

I have a fact "Number of Lots"

I have created a formula total "Feedback Total" using formula - "count(d-1, all(c), m1)"

I have created a analysis as follows:

Date Feedback Number of Lots Feedback Total
1/1/2011 3
1001 10 0
1010 12 0
1004 06 0
1/3/2011 2
2000 07 0
2012 01 0
1/10/2011 1
3033 09 0

I hide the Feedback, Number of Lots using Dimension levels so the analysis looks like this:

Date Feedback Total
1/1/2011 3
1/3/2011 2
1/10/2011 1

When I try to change the pivot table into a line graph, it does not work.

How to make a graph using selective dimensions and new calculations?

Also, how can I upload images to this website?

Please help.

Thank you,
#2 Posted : Monday, August 15, 2011 1:01:46 PM(UTC)
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You may upload images by uploading them to an external public (and free) image server somewhere, e.g. http://www.tinypic.com/.

Once uploaded, you insert the url in between the square bracketed [ img ] [ /img ] tags.

Example of tinypic uploaded image:


Please upload supporting images for your question above as it is indeed very hard to decipher from the current text version. :-)

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