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How to Create a cube with a survey result. Pls help!

How to Create a cube with a survey result. Pls help!

(OP)
How to Create a OLAP cube with a survey result. Where I need to calculate the number of 'yes' and 'no' answers of every distinct survey question.
Just a sample of 5 survey questions.
Pls I need it ASAP.

RE: How to Create a cube with a survey result. Pls help!

With only 5 questions and Yes/No answers, this might be better suited for an Access database or Excel pivot table. Or even a basic spreadsheet.

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RE: How to Create a cube with a survey result. Pls help!

(OP)
well need to be able calculate it when the cube populate

RE: How to Create a cube with a survey result. Pls help!

First, you haven't identified what OLAP software you are using. Second, the best solution probably does not involve a cube, which is more suited for multi-dimensional numeric data. You have two dimensions; people and questions. This is a simple 2x2 table, not a cube.

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The trouble with doing something right the first time is that nobody appreciates how difficult it was - Steven Wright


RE: How to Create a cube with a survey result. Pls help!

(OP)
1- am using BID
2- I already have a cube with all this data fact table. and I just need to know how to calculate the measure or dimension to get a percentage of yes or no

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