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Where do I get know how to write formulas
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Where do I get know how to write formulas

Where do I get know how to write formulas

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I want more help on formula syntax please let me know

Thanks
NAREN

RE: Where do I get know how to write formulas

I can help maybe, what is problem?

Ashim

RE: Where do I get know how to write formulas

there's a manual that is installed which has the syntax.  I think it's called olap functions syntax or something like that

RE: Where do I get know how to write formulas

or click on function in metric editor and read bottom title bar

RE: Where do I get know how to write formulas

yes, you can left click funtion for many properties.

RE: Where do I get know how to write formulas

Notwithstanding the fact that this is the most inane thread I have ever seen in my life, I will offer some insight into functions in MicroStrategy.  MicroStrategy can crunch data within its server using the different OLAP, statistical, financial, etc. functions.  Alternatively, you can bypass the SQL Parser by using the Apply functions -- the syntax of these are tricky but you can force the engine to have the database do the calculations.  For those of you taking notes out there, sometimes this could fall within the realm of database tuning.  

As always, don't be afraid to RTFM ;)

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