▲ Analytics and Reporting in Planview Enterprise One
|Learn About Ad-hoc Analysis|
Click here to learn more about Connecting to the models, visualizing Data and the Deployment Process and watch a video illustrating the ease of use and power of Ad-Hoc Analysis and learn about the models and deployment process.
|Excel, or Power BI, are the analysis and visualization tools that are used to connect to the Ad-Hoc Analysis cubes and models to develop analytics and outouts. Watch a video showcasing using Excel to against the Ad-Hoc Analysis cubes||Ad-Hoc Analysis provides a number of cubes and tabular models that address specific data areas within Planview Enterprise. These out-of-the-box cubes need to be aligned, and potentially extended, to ensure that they contain the data required for analysis and visualization||In order for customers to see their configured data points in Ad-Hoc analysis the cubes/models must be aligned, a process carried out by the Planview Consulting Global Reporting Services (GRS) team||Ad-Hoc analysis visualizations created using Excel can be shared with other stakeholders|
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