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I find the pop-up menus and Turn To the easiest, most intuitive way to view information in different block styles Alternatively, from within the Interactive Viewer, you can also use the Left panel to insert new blocks or change the style of an existing one When you insert a new block, you are not creating a new query Instead, you are displaying data that already exists in the document in a new block style This is discussed further in 21
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A master/detail report is a particular kind of report in which a dimension value is used to separate different blocks Master/detail reports allow you to analyze data within a particular subset The report in Figure 19-1 is a master/detail report that contains a crosstab and a pie chart for each product line Accessories is a section header Compare the layout in Figure 19-1 to the layout of the crosstab in Figure 19-2, in which the product lines (Accessories, City Skirts, etc) are another column in the crosstab
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FIGURE 19-2 This crosstab does not yet contain a section heading for a master/detail report
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To change an existing column in a report to a section header, click anywhere in that column and then right-click to invoke the pop-up menu Assuming you have correctly selected a dimension column, the pop-up menu contains an option Set As Section In this example, the product line existed as a column in the crosstab However, if it did not exist in the block, you can create a master/detail report by dragging an object onto the report page 1 Display the Left panel by clicking the arrow to Show Left Pane or selecting View | Left Panel 2 From the Left Panel drop-down, choose Available Objects This shows you all objects that may be stored as part of the query results but that are not necessarily displayed in the block 3 Drag the Lines object from the Left panel to the report In order to create a section header, you must drop the object in the upper-left corner, just above the table Pay careful attention to the shape and position of the mouse pointer
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4 When you drop the object onto the report, if you do not get the desired results, click Undo and try again
NOTE The HTML Interactive Viewer has a multilevel undo, whereas the Java Report panel allows
you to undo only the last action
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Analyzing the Data
Sort
Sorting data within a report allows you to rearrange the rows alphabetically, or if your sort is on a measure column, numerically For example, you can use Sort to find stores with the highest sales When you want to analyze data within a subset by using Breaks, the breaks take priority over the sorts In the following example, you will sort revenue in descending order to quickly identify which stores have the highest revenues 1 Select the column you wish to sort within the table 2 Web Intelligence highlights the selected column with a gray box 3 Click Descending Sort from the Report toolbar When you want to have multiple sorts within a table, use the pop-up menu to set the sort priority To access the sort priorities, select the table and then right-click From the popup menu, select Sort | Properties For example, compare the priorities and results shown in Figures 19-3 and 19-4 In Figure 19-3, the data is sorted first in descending order of Revenue and then by State In Figure 19-4, it is first sorted by State and then by Revenue The sort priority in Figure 19-3 will tell you which state had the highest revenues for all years The second figure will tell you what the highest revenues were for a particular state The questions sound similar, but the insight provided on a larger set of data is quite different
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