IBM Cognos Report Studio: Author Reports with Multidimensional Data (V10.1)

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IBM Cognos Report Studio: Author Reports with Multidimensional Data (V10.1)

Course ID: CLBI014

Course Overview

IBM Cognos Report Studio: Author Reports with Multidimensional Data (V10.1) is an advanced two-day course in which professional report authors build on their experience with Report Studio by applying dimensional techniques to reports. Through interactive demos and workshops, students will learn how to author reports that navigate and manipulate dimensional data structures using specific dimensional functions and features available in Report Studio

Who Needs to Attend

This advanced course is intended for Professional Report Authors working with dimensional data sources.

Course Certifications

This course is part of the following Certifications:

IBM Certified Designer – Cognos 10 BI Multidimensional Reports

Prerequisites

You should attend the IBM Cognos Report Studio: Author Professional Reports Fundamentals (V10.1) course and have:

  • Knowledge of your business requirements
  • Experience using Advanced Windows and web functionality

Course Content

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[accordion_item in="true" id_parent="faq" title="Introduction to Dimensional Concepts"]

  • Discuss dimensional structure and benefits
  • Compare dimensional and relational model types
  • Examine dimensional data structure

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[accordion_item in="false" id_parent="faq" title="Introduction to Dimensional Data in Reports"]

  • Define and use members in reports
  • Define and use sets in reports
  • Define tuples and data intersections
  • Examine dimensional functions for members, sets, and tuples
  • Explore user interface methods for adding data to reports

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[accordion_item in="false" id_parent="faq" title="Dimensional Report Context"]

  • Examine the impact of report context
  • Understand current members, root members and default members
  • Understand current measures and default measures

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[accordion_item in="false" id_parent="faq" title="Focus Your Dimensional Data"]

  • Compare relational and dimensional queries
  • Identify dimensional style filtering techniques
  • Filter non-null data
  • Focus reports based on members
  • Focus reports based on measures

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[accordion_item in="false" id_parent="faq" title="Calculations and Dimensional Functions"]

  • Create totals and aggregates
  • Combine functions for complex calculations
  • Avoid common errors

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[accordion_item in="false" id_parent="faq" title="Functions for Navigating Dimensional Hierarchies"]

  • Use functions to traverse the dimensional hierarchies
  • Create reports with children(), ancestor(), and descendants() functions

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[accordion_item in="false" id_parent="faq" title="Relative Functions"]

  • Understand relative functions
  • Create periods-to-date reports
  • Focus reports on current time periods
  • Compare data to past parallel time periods

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[accordion_item in="false" id_parent="faq" title="Advanced Drilling Techniques and Member Sets"]

  • Review basic drilling up and drilling down
  • Identify cases for advanced drilling configurations
  • Enable advanced drilling behavior
  • Preserve report sort order when drilling
  • Preserve complex calculations when drilling
  • Maintain dashboard report context when drilling

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[accordion_item in="false" id_parent="faq" title="Set Up Drill-Through Reports"]

  • Drill through from one report to another
  • Create package-based drill-through
  • Design source and target reports with dimensional data
  • Drill through from dimensional data to relational data
  • Create a single report with data from multiple sources

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[accordion_item in="false" id_parent="faq" title="End-to-End Workshop"]

  • Review concepts covered throughout the course

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