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You access Analysis Studio from Cognos Connection Analysis Studio opens in a separate web browser window, which means you still have access to Cognos Connection if you need it
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Here s how to open Analysis Studio: 1 Log on to Cognos Connection If the welcome screen displays, click Cognos content The Public Folders tab displays:
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2 From the Launch menu located in the upper-right corner of the screen, click Analysis Studio The Select A Package screen displays Dimensional packages are listed as hyperlinks Packages not listed as hyperlinks are not dimensional packages Remember that some dimensional packages may be located within folders In Cognos 83, packages can be published within folders
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3 Select a package The Analysis Studio Welcome screen displays, as shown next, and is where you can choose to create a blank analysis or a default analysis A blank analysis lets you start from scratch by providing a blank crosstab in the work area A default analysis lets you use the default analysis for the package The default analysis is created by placing the first dimension on the rows, the second dimension on the columns, and the first measure in the cells where the rows and columns intersect
4 From the Welcome screen, select Blank Analysis or Default Analysis and click OK Analysis Studio displays with the following items: Source tab Contains the source tree in the Insertable Objects pane Source tree Located on the Source tab in the Insertable Objects pane contains items that you insert into the crosstab in the work area to create an analysis Analysis Items tab Shows custom sets and other analysis items created in Analysis Studio Overview area Shows an overview of what the analysis contains The Rows and Columns areas show you the details of the items in the crosstab for the respective rows and columns The Context Filter area shows you what context filters have been applied to the analysis
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Work area Contains a crosstab with a Rows drop zone, a Columns drop zone, and a Measure drop zone, into which you insert items from the Insertable Objects pane
Overview area
Source tree
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Source tab
Analysis Items tab
Information pane
Work area
Properties pane
Add Dimensions and Measures
To begin using what Analysis Studio has to offer, you need to add items to the crosstab Adding dimensions, members, or measures is as simple as dragging items from the source tree to the crosstab At least one dimension or member must be added to the Rows drop zone, at least one to the Columns drop zone and a measure added to the Measure drop zone
NOTE More than one item can be added to each of the drop zones by nesting For more information,
refer to the Nesting Items section later in this chapter Here s how to add dimensions or members and measures: 1 From the source tree, drag a dimension or member to the Columns drop zone in the work area The dimension or member is added as the column headings of the crosstab For this example, we add the Prior YTD, the YTD, and the YTD Change members from the All Dates dimension 2 From the source tree, drag a dimension or member to the Rows drop zone in the work area The dimension or member is added as the row headings of the crosstab For this example, we add the Products dimension
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3 From the source tree, drag a measure to the Measure drop zone in the work area The measure is added to the crosstab and the analysis is created For this example, we add the Revenue measure As shown next, you can see that from the prior year-to-date to the current year-to-date, overall revenue has increased by almost $12 million However, revenue has decreased by more than $340,000 for Outdoor Protection A potential question is beginning to unfold: Why is revenue down for Outdoor Protection This is where you can begin to use some of the tools that Analysis Studio has to offer to see what might be happening This generates the next business question that needs to be answered
With Analysis Studio, you can use many tools to answer your business questions One of the first things that you may want to do is navigate through your data Navigating through a dimensional data source is a lot like accessing data in a filing cabinet: You keep digging through the folders until you get to the data you need In a dimensional data source, this is called drilling-down and drilling-up
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