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Creating Decomposition Trees in PerformancePoint
Creating Decomposition Trees in PerformancePoint
Creating Decomposition Trees in PerformancePoint
Creating Decomposition Trees in PerformancePoint
Creating Decomposition Trees in PerformancePoint
Creating Decomposition Trees in PerformancePoint
Creating Decomposition Trees in PerformancePoint
Creating Decomposition Trees in PerformancePoint
Creating Decomposition Trees in PerformancePoint
Creating Decomposition Trees in PerformancePoint
Creating Decomposition Trees in PerformancePoint
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Creating Decomposition Trees in PerformancePoint

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PerformancePoint has a new analysis tool called a Decomposition Tree, and it is pretty cool. It allows you to drill from your dashboards directly into an analysis tree. From here you are able to …

PerformancePoint has a new analysis tool called a Decomposition Tree, and it is pretty cool. It allows you to drill from your dashboards directly into an analysis tree. From here you are able to expand your data on any of the measures that are defined on the analysis cube to see what is making up the data.

In this example we will quickly show how you can use this in a real example to analyze data.

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  1. Dynamics AX | BI | PerformancePoint | DashboardingCREATING DECOMPOSITION TREES INPERFORMANCEPOINT PerformancePoint has a new analysis tool called a Decomposition Tree, and it is pretty cool. It allows you to drill from your dashboards directly into an analysis tree. From here you are able to expand your data on any of the measures that are defined on the analysis cube to see what is making up the data. In this example we will quickly show how you can use this in a real example to analyze data. © 2013. All rights reserved.
  2. Create TheDecomposition TreeTo create a Decomposition Tree, just right-mouse-click onany data in the PerformancePoint dashboard. In thecontext menu, there will be an option to create theDecomposition Tree. © 2013. All rights reserved.
  3. Create TheDecomposition TreeThis will open up a new window showing the node of datathat you just inquired on. If you click on the node (don’tright-mouse-click) then it will show you all of thedimensions that you can drill through. © 2013. All rights reserved.
  4. Create TheDecomposition TreeWhen you select the dimension group, all of the availabledimensions will show up. Just select the one that youwant to analyze the data on. © 2013. All rights reserved.
  5. Create TheDecomposition TreeThis will expand out the tree showing the makeup of thedata based on that dimension. © 2013. All rights reserved.
  6. Create TheDecomposition TreeNow you are able to continue through any of the nodesuntil you run out of data. © 2013. All rights reserved.
  7. Now You KnowWhat Makes UpYour DataAfter drilling through further, you can now see where thebulk of the data is coming from. © 2013. All rights reserved.
  8. Recomposing theDataRecomposing is probably not the right term, but while youare in the decomposition view, at any time you canconvert the data back into a grid, or graph. © 2013. All rights reserved.
  9. Graphs HoweverYou LikeNow that the data is in a graph, you can tweak the viewhowever you like.If you even want to, you can pick the data points andcreate a new Decomposition Tree… © 2013. All rights reserved.
  10. AboutMurray Fife

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