I am missing a feature in Targit. I will like to illustrate our KPI´s (Gauges) with a small line graph to show the actual trend.
I just saw this article from the upcoming SQL Server version
Data Governance: It would be a good idea to make it possible to se where data comes from if it is from a IT Corporate Cube or if it is from a Controllers Data Services "Cube". To make sure that the users are informed about the data quality.7 votes
My suggestion comes for a request: "how to add a cross-multiplication in calculations to create a projection on sales EOY based on remaining time before the end of the year."
More details here: http://www.targit.com/en/resources/forum?g=posts&m=1672#post1672
A solution was proposed but it can only be used in specific cases.
My suggestion is to add date/time references in the calculations: a kind of DATEDIFF for instance allowing to calculate days between beginning of the year and today (for this example).
This would enable much more powerful calculations.4 votes
The date format in Targit is "locked" to the format in the database table, for example DD-MM-YYYY. This should be possible to select for each crosstab/report/chart by the client or by the analysis/report creator.
If the user want DD.MM.YYYY, YYYY.MM.DD, DD monthname YYYY or any other option it should be possible to change by the user. The same date formats as in Excel would be great.2 votes
Different visualizations in version 2014 are named 'Default', 'Alternative 1', 'Alternative 2' etc. These names are hard-coded.
It would be nice to be able to give these elements custom names, such as 'Thin Needle', 'Outer Scale Marker', 'Vertical line' etc.2 votes
The developer should have privileges to make a "layover" of the new document. Graphical objects and content of the analysis can be deeper explaned to the user and called up by the user when ever needed. It would improve understanding and collaboration of new content.2 votes
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