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Fiscal Year Adjustments

Analytical Need Customer's fiscal year does not comply with the Georgian 12-month calendar and starts on a different date than January 1st. Example: Customer’s fiscal year is from April 1st to March 31. This means that April should be flagged as the ...

Market Basket Analysis

Analytical Need Market Basket Analysis is a data mining technique that is widely used to identify consumer patterns, such as which items are purchased together, or how the purchase of one item affects the likelihood of another item being purchased. O...

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Data Relationships: Introduction to a Many-to-Many

A relationship between tables specifies the field/s which the 2 tables have in common. In Sisense, we create relationships between tables in the ElastiCube. Poorly modeled data relationships can lead to one or more of the following: Complex data sets...


Date Dimension File

Analytical NeedAnalyzing information by date can be very useful, but not every source data set provides enough information to do this kind of analysis.Modeling ChallengeWe will need to import a date table, which will act as a reference for all time q...

Represent Time in Widgets

As Sisense currently supports daily data, in the following article we will demonstrate how to include time in Sisense Web widgets that is present in DateTime fields. In order to display time format along with date we would Represent DateTime field as...

BI Solution: High Level Design

Based on the business requirements summary you've created in the previous step, you can now design the high-level overview of your BI Solution. This step aims to translate the business strategy into operational terms and associate it with the require...

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Calculating Business Days Difference Between Two Dates

Introduction This article demonstrates how to avoid counting weekends and holidays when calculating the difference between two dates. Example - Average Shipping Time in Business Days Steps In order to ‘subtract’ two dates and avoid counting the weeke...

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Days, Hours, Minutes, and Seconds Drill Down

Introduction In this post we'll learn how to create a drill down hierarchy for Days-->Hours-->Minutes-->Seconds. A general quick solution, in case you need the drill mostly for pivot table visualizations, would be to use the ElastiCube to model addit...

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LAG / LEAD Functions

Question LAG & LEAD Functions are functions that give access to multiple rows within a table, without the need for a self-join. The LAG function is used to access data from a previous row, while the LEAD function is used to return data from rows furt...

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Benefits of JSON support in Postgres

The promise of Postgres JSON JSON support is the most interesting new Postgres feature of the last few years. It relaxes the primary constraint of SQL databases — the rigid schema structure — by letting you store semi-structured data in your tables a...

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