Support Articles

Metric Sets

This article shows how to change the data retrieval format of a metric set from Raw Data to Standard.

This article shows how to display the Top/Bottom 'n' records and the sum of the remaining records as a single value in a visualization using Data cube transforms.

This article shows how to display Top/Bottom N records and group the rest as 'Others' for an SQL data source by creating a Stored Procedure.

You can display Top N and/or Bottom N records using the new property in the Metric Set Binding.

This article describes how the Hidden property of a measure is used to prevent the measure from being visualized when it is used for comparison purposes only like in a state condition.

Auto-generated metric sets allow you to perform basic analysis of your data quickly and easily but they have limitations in terms of reuse and collaboration. This article shows you how to promote an auto-generated metric set into a standard metric set.

This article shows you how to change the advanced settings of a Metric Set Binding.

When setting up metric set states on a measure, you can add state conditions that compare against a datetime hierarchy value.

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