DATA VISUALIZATION AND ANALYTICS TOOL MicroStrategy Reporting Suite Amrit Kumar| 10BM60010 Sachin Choudhary | 10BM60074
AGENDA 1. Introduction of Tool 2. Features 3. Project Data 4. Report Creation (Live Demo) 5. Tutorial
INTRODUCTION MICROSTRATEGY - Founded in 1989, MicroStrategy, Inc. (NASDAQ: MSTR), is a business intelligence (BI) software vendor. - MicroStrategys software enables analyze the vast amounts of data stored across enterprises to make strategic business decisions. MICROSTRATEGY REPORTING SUIT - MicroStrategy Reporting Suite is a free, commercial reporting tool for developing and delivering operational and analytical reports. - The package is composed of server software for core analytical processing and job management, an end-user Web interface, Web-based reporting software, desktop reporting software, and a data architecting product. - It is part of the unified MicroStrategy business intelligence architecture. - The package includes a license for 100 users, and two free licenses for the other MicroStrategy products.
FEATURES FEATURES - Design environment - Centralized metadata builder - Web interface - Analytic engine - Parameterization engine - Security engine for user, data and object level security - Runs on Windows, UNIX, and Linux operating systems and is optimized for all major database platforms, Web servers, and application servers. END USER FEATURES - Formatting tabular grid reports using a choice of built-in styles - Converting tabular grid reports to graphs and charts - Conditional formatting of data and visual indicators - Prompting or parameterized reporting - Drilling down into granular level data - Exporting to Microsoft Excel, HTML or text formats - Multi-key sorting - Printing
PROJECT DATA PROJECT The project is the environment in which all related reporting is done. A typical project contains reports, filters, metrics, and functions. We create projects that users access to run reports. DATA The theme of the data is a retail store for the time 2006 to 2008 that sells electronics, books, movies and music. The key features of the MicroStrategy project include the following: - Hierarchies, including Customer, Geography, Products, and Time. Each hierarchy can be viewed graphically through MicroStrategy Desktop and MicroStrategy Web. - Numerous customers and purchased items. - Reporting areas: Customer Analysis, Enterprise Performance Management, Inventory and Supply Chain Analysis, Sales and Profitability Analysis, and Supplier Analysis. - Options to create reports from MicroStrategy Desktop and MicroStrategy Web focusing on a particular analysis area, such as Customer, Inventory, Time, Products, Category, Employee, or Call Centre.
PROJECT DATA Hierarchy Facts Fact DescriptionGeographic Product Customer Time Begin on hand The number of individual items available at the beginning of each month.al Hierarchy Hierarchy Hierarchy Hierarchy Churn The trends and profiles of the acquired, retained, and lost customers. Attribute Cost The total amount charged by the supplier to the company.Ca l l Centre Bra nd Age Ra nge Da y Customer Id The unique identification number allocated to the customer by the company.Country Ca ta l ogue Cus tomer Month Discount A monetary reduction made from a regular price.Di s tri bution Ca tegory Cus tomer Month of Yea r End on hand The number of individual items remaining at the close of each month.Centre Di s continue Addres s Qua rter Freight The compensation paid for the transportation of goods.Empl oyee Code Cus tomer Age Yea r Gross Revenue The total income received from the company’s product sales before deducting the expensesEmpl oyee Item Cus tomer Bi rth The month level item inventories used for End on hand and Begin on hand type inventoryAge Subca tegory Da te Item inventory calculations. This fact also supports year-to-date and month-to-date analysis.Empl oyee Suppl i er Cus tomer Ci ty On Order Quantity The quantity ordered by the customer.Bi rth Da te Wa rra nty Cus tomer Profit The excess of the selling price e of goods over their cost.Empl oyee Country Regency The number of days elapsed since the last purchase was made by the customer.Experi ence Cus tomer Ema i l Revenue The total income produced by a given source accounting for all product sales deducting discountEmpl oyee Cus tomer Rush Charge The amount of money charged to expedite delivery service.FTE Fl a g Gender Ta r g e t Quantity The target set for the product units sold.Hi re Da te Cus tomer Tenure The duration an employee is employed by the company.Ma na ger Regi on Unit Cost The amount of money charged by the supplier to the company per individual item purchasedMi croStra teg Cus tomer Sta te Unit Price The amount of money charged by the company to the customer per individual item sold.Us er Da ys to Shi p Unit Profit Unit price - Unit cost.Regi on Educa tion Level Units Received The number of individual items acquired from a supplier.Sa l a ry Fi rs t Order Da te Units Sold The number of individual items bought by customers.
REPORT CREATION INTRODUCTION - Report present decision maker with information form the data store in the data warehouse. - Reports are created using Microstrategy Report. - A report is comprises of a template and report filter. - A report may contain any of the following object. - Attribute - Metrics - Consolidation - Custom Group - Object prompts HIGH LEVEL CHECK LIST A high-level checklist of tasks we will perform to create a project, attributes, facts, and hierarchies (steps for each task are provided below): - Create a DSN to connect to your database or other data source, which stores the in formation for your business in the data source of your choice. - Create a database in stance that tells the MicroStrategy Reporting Suite how to con n ect to an d access your data source. Database in stances are MicroStrategy objects that use the DSN you created to connect to a database or other data source. - Create a MicroStrategy project that will contain your reports and reporting objects. - • Use MicroStrategy Architect to create the objects required to design reports in your project.
TUTORIAL STRUCTURE FEATURES - Getting Started - Detailed step-by-step procedure - Introduction - Screen shots - Installing the Microstrategy Reporting Suit - Configuring the Microstrategy Reporting Suit - Video links from you tube - Creating a Microstrategy Project with your data - Data library - Introduction - Uploading data and data source creation - Designing a project - Designing Attributes, Facts and Hierarchy - Design Metrics - Designing Reports - Introduction - Create a report - Create a graph - Exploring data in Microstrategy web - Introduction - Run report and explore data - Visualize the data - Drill through the data - Run ad ho reports