One of the helpful features of IBM Planning Analytics is the ability to create explorations using asymmetric axes. This is useful when you have stacked column or row dimensions, and only want to display certain combinations of elements instead of all combinations of the stacked dimensions.
To do this in Planning Analytics Workspace (PAW), open a workbook in PAW and open an exploration. Click on the icon to make the row dimensions asymmetric or the icon for the column dimensions. Next, hold down the CTRL key and select the rows or columns you want to keep or hide.
Right-click on one of the selected columns and select “Keep” or “Hide.”
If you need to revert back to the normal view, right-click on any row or column and select “Unhide All.”
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