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Financial analysis often includes ratios that are derived from monetary and statistical values. One such ratio is Operating Profit Per Employee, calculated by dividing Operating Profit by Headcount, which are two members of the Account dimension in the SSAS Step by Step project. More accurately, the numerator in this operation is the Amount measure for Operating Profit, which is the aggregation of its children accounts. Likewise, the denominator for this ratio is the Amount measure for Headcount, which is a statistical account often available in financial systems to track the number of employees over time. The Amount for Headcount is also aggregated before it is used in the calculation. In this procedure, you ll create the nonadditive Operating Profit Per Employee measure. Add an Operating Profit Per Employee measure 1. Click the Calculations tab of the Cube Designer. 2. Click the New Calculated Member button on the toolbar. 3. Type [Operating Profit Per Employee] in the Name box. Important
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Be sure to include the brackets surrounding the name when the name includes spaces.
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4. Type ( (open parenthesis) in the Expression box. 5. Expand Measures in the Calculation Tools pane, and then expand the Account dimension. Expand the Accounts hierarchy, then the Members folder, the All member, and the Net Income member. The Metadata tab looks like this:
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6. Drag Operating Profit to the Expression box. The expression looks like this:
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([Account].[Accounts].&[48]
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This representation of Operating Profit is a valid member name for this dimension. This name includes the dimension (Account), the hierarchy (Accounts), and the member key value (48). Often, it s preferable to use the member key value since keys should not change within a dimension but names sometimes do. Fortunately, you don t have to know the member key value. When you drag a member from the metadata tree, the key is inserted automatically, when possible. 7. Position your cursor at the end of the expression, and type , (comma). 8. In Measures, expand Finance, and then drag Amount to the Expression box to the right of the comma, and then type ) (closing parenthesis). The expression looks like this:
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([Account].[Accounts].&[48], [Measures].[Amount])
This expression is a tuple, which you ll learn more about in 8, Using MDX. A tuple refers to a specific value in the cube. In this case, the tuple refers to the Amount value for Operating Profit. 9. Position your cursor at the end of the expression, and then type /( (division operator followed by an open parenthesis). 10. Expand the Statistical Accounts member in the Accounts hierarchy, drag Headcount to the Expression box, dropping it at the end of the expression, type , (comma) to continue the expression, and then, from under the Finance folder, drag Amount to the right of the comma. 11. Position your cursor at the end of the expression, and then type ) (closing parenthesis) so that your expression looks like this:
([Account].[Accounts].&[48],[Measures].[Amount])/ ([Account].[Accounts].&[96],[Measures].[Amount])
12. Click the Check Syntax button in the toolbar to ensure that you created the expression correctly, and then click OK to close the message box. 13. Select "Currency" in the Format String drop-down list. 14. Set the Non-Empty Behavior to Amount.
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Your screen looks like this:
15. Deploy the project, click the Browser tab, and then click the Reconnect button. 16. Click anywhere in the grid to enable the Browser toolbar buttons, click the Clear Results button, expand Measures, and then drag Operating Profit Per Employee to the grid. 17. Drag the Time.Calendar hierarchy to rows on the grid. Your screen looks like this:
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Notice that the Operating Profit Per Employee has declined in 2003 and 2004. This could be a result of rapid growth in the number of employees in the company, or this could be an indication of a problem in the customer channel, sales strategy, or purchasing process, for example. You would need to do additional analysis to find the answers. By including this type of calculation in the cube, you enable users to spot potential problem areas more easily and to ask the questions that will help find out the answers to why this trend is occurring.
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