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The result of this basic process is shown here. We actually did very little to the default values in this chart process, and even with this basic configuration, the result is good. We could, of course, go back and use the editor to adjust some parameters, but for the initial view of the results, this is not too bad.
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NOTE If you want to convert charts that you have used in SAP BW 2.x or SAP BW 3.0/3.1/3.2 to
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the current format, you need the standalone Internet Graphics Server (IGS) 6.40. Then you need to change to Internet Graphics Server 7.0. You can edit a chart in the Web Application Designer or in the Web Application Wizard of the Business Explorer. These are the basics of the Chart Wizard. If we drill down into some of the basic functionality of each area, we find extensive settings available in terms of setting up additional details for the display of the axis information, the formatting of the different chart types, and specific tweaks that developers can use to enhance the end result. This is the area of the Chart web item and the Chart BEx Analyzer item that you would need to investigate for your particular situation. With over 20 different chart types, subsets of each chart type, and different formats you can use to get completely unique properties to configure, you can see that you could spend hours getting your hands dirty. The results can be incredible, and for your business user they can be very useful in analysis and decision making.
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Another web item that can be used to offer a dramatic view of data is the Map web item, with the use of the Geographical Information System (GIS) to help apply the mapping components. In this case, the saying A picture is worth a thousand words is very appropriate. The GIS functionality was available in both the BEx Web Analyzer and the WAD in the previous versions of BI, but in the 7.0 version this functionality is only available in the WAD. This component of the BI reporting process is not used as much as I believe it could be. It can be used for analyzing regional sales volumes and the use of sales people in a specific area based on volumes of business, as well as reviewing costs and sales or inventory based on location and you can see this information in a picture format rather than looking at a report. There s a lot to be said about seeing information in a graphical view and specifically using the Map web item in conjunction with the GIS. Figure 13-6 shows an
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FIGURE 13-6 MAP web item with GIS functionality
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example of the end result of using the Map web item. As you can see, it offers an excellent view of the total order volume by region/country. The legend offers a display of the details of the color coding and the ranges of order volume per color. We can then drill down on the countries and see additional information. In the following illustration, you see a map of Australia, the total incoming order value, a breakdown of the regions in this country, and the color coding for the different regions. From here we could broadcast the results to other offices and management.
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A final drilldown to a more detailed view is shown next. In this case, the statistics that support the map are displayed at the bottom of the map for verification of the information.
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Now, if we take this a step further and add another characteristic to this, such as sales person, we could visualize the total volume per sales person per region.
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This type of information can easily be delivered in a report format, but picking out data such as the number of sales people versus total volume of sales can definitely offer valuable information for driving your business decisions. Maps can be used to visualize economic connections and distributions. You can clearly see specific characteristic numbers as circles, or bar charts for a country, region, or city. You can also zoom in or out to see detailed or region-specific information. Identifying market opportunities or risks can be done in one view. Within the BEx Map, you can use the following different ways to visualize information: Assign different colors to certain areas of the map. Add diagrams, such as bar charts, columns, 3D charts, or pie charts. Display location information in the form of points, triangles, squares, and other symbols. Use any query that contains geo-relevant characteristics for mapping. Wouldn t it be nice to see all your markets geographically and then drill down with a click into a specific region, and then to a specific ZIP Code You could recognize opportunities by reviewing information from the top down. Then, once you re into a specific area, you could add information about where your customers are in that area, the number of sales visits for each customer, and so on. This is all possible with the Map web item. Maps of different degrees of detail can be layered on top of each other based on different levels of characteristic values. Connections and correlations between data provide the basis for planning and actions because they are more easily recognizable when visualized on a map. In a nutshell, the Map web item in conjunction with the GIS toolset gives us the ability to look at and analyze information using a geographic view.
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