Summary

In this chapter, we discussed the D-Cube in greater detail. We showed you how you can create a D-Cube, and stressed the importance of the order of dimensions and size. We walked through the different ways of viewing a cube, and demonstrated how you can slice the cube and save the selection for later viewing. We showed you how you can apply a D-Cube format and export data from the D-Cube. We discussed Breakback, a powerful feature that lets you enter data into calculated cells and propagate these changes across the variables that make up the formula. We discussed the various D-Cube options that you can use to improve the look of the cube, and additional functions that facilitate data entry. Finally, we discussed the various data entry commands ...

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