Monday, 8 January 2007

Mondrian + JRubik : a good team

Hi all,

Here is (first picture) a snapshot of a nice cube analysis done with Mondrian in conjunction with JRubik, a very nice MDX editor. On the second picture, you can see the same analysis rendered with JPivot within Internet Explorer.
As you can see, with little code, things can be quite good looking !

This analysis contains 2 time series (A and A-1) and 2 calculated members (difference between A and A-1, and Evolution). As you can see, time is hardcoded for the moment on MDX code, that's because parameters from user will be refreshed at run time directly in the jsp (JPivot architecture).
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3 comments:

sline said...

Hello,

It will possible to have a sub total in a mondrian cube ? I want to make some selection, and the sub total will calculated automatically ?

Bonjour,

Comment faut il procéder pour avoir des sous totaux lorsqu'on visualise un cube avec mondrian et que l'on fait des sélections d'affichages. Est il possible d'avoir un champ sous total qui se mets à jour dynamiquement.

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