Did you know IBM Planning Analytics Workspace (PAW) gives you many options for showing data in charts? We recently shared a few tips and tricks for visualizing your data in charts. Here are some more.
Did you know that PAW allows you to “split” your pie chart widget to define how much of the space is allocated to the legend and how much of the space is allocated to the chart?
In this blog post, we explain how to view and modify the split.
One of the visualizations in Planning Analytics is a column chart. This type of chart is a good way to compare items since all the lines are in proportion to each other.
Read this blog post to learn an easy way to create a column chart via an exploration. We then explain how to change that visualization into a column chart.
PAW offers many visualization options to allow you to show and analyze your data in creative ways. This includes standard chart types such as bar, line and pie. But it also includes some reports that are not always understood. One of these report types is a Mekko chart.
A Mekko chart (also sometimes called a Marimekko chart) is used to extend a stacked column chart by using the width of each column to show the overall importance of that section. Read our blog post on using Mekko charts.
IBM Planning Analytics, which TM1 is the engine for, is full of new features and functionality. Not sure where to start? Our team here at Revelwood can help. Contact us for more information at email@example.com. And stay tuned for more Planning Analytics Tips & Tricks weekly in our Knowledge Center and in upcoming newsletters!