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    Posted to tips (Gallery) by Kevin Hanegan on Sun, Aug 4 2013
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    Posted to tips (Gallery) by Kevin Hanegan on Sun, Aug 4 2013
  • Calculations using Fiscal Years with TIBCO Spotfire 5.5

    Many users of Spotfire use it to analyze sales data and trends over time. However, many companies do not use the calendar year for their fiscal year. Up until now, we had to use a couple calculated columns to adjust for a custom fiscal period. Starting in version 5.5, there is built-in support for custom Fiscal Years.  There are a couple ...
    Posted to Tip of the Week (Weblog) by Kevin Hanegan on Sat, Jun 15 2013
  • Hiding and Showing Data in a Visualization

    Many times when dealing with large datasets, users have a need to filter to relevant data within a specific visualization. However, they want to do it in a way that the full data set is still used to ensure correct expressions and calculations are applied.  For example, in a Bar Chart, users may only want to see the top 5 and bottom 5, but ...
    Posted to Tip of the Week (Weblog) by Kevin Hanegan on Sun, Jun 9 2013
  • Data Comparisons using Subsets

    Data comparisons are commonly visualized in Spotfire. These comparisons can be done using an imported categorical column (like comparing regions from sales data), using tagged data (like comparing outliers), or using Calculated Columns or expressions that use case or if statements. However, there are many situations when you cannot perform a ...
    Posted to Tip of the Week (Weblog) by Kevin Hanegan on Sun, Jun 2 2013
  • Predictions using Multiple Linear Regression in TIBCO Spotfire

    Multiple linear regression analysis is one of the most commonly used statistical modeling techniques in the business world for predictions.  In this tip we will look at how to do multiple linear regression analysis inside TIBCO Spotfire (from version 5.0 on). In this use case, assume a hotel chain is looking to understand where to build its ...
    Posted to Tip of the Week (Weblog) by Kevin Hanegan on Tue, Jan 29 2013
  • Re: Is anyone cleaning out the SPAMMERS

    We are in the process of moving to a new platform which will be spam free and provide many other benefits. This move has been planned for a while, but delayed a couple times. The platform we are on now is not great at protecting this and the deletion of spam is very manual at this point. I am sorry for having to go through some of the ...
    Posted to TIBCO Spotfire Administration (Forum) by Kevin Hanegan on Tue, Jan 15 2013
  • Performing in-database connections and calculations with TIBCO Spotfire

    Included in the latest release of TIBCO Spotfire (5.0) is the ability to connect to external data sources so that all calculations occur in-database rather than in-memory. This allows users to analyze larger data volumes as these calculations can be done before the data is passed back into Spotfire. Lets examine a use case for this ...
    Posted to Tip of the Week (Weblog) by Kevin Hanegan on Sun, Jan 13 2013
  • Passing Marked Records to External Web Pages - Part II

    Last week we discussed how to create a Mashup to send information from the Spotfire Web Player to an external web site.  As a follow up to this, you may have a requirement to do this from Spotfire Professional only (not from the Spotfire Web Player). In this scenario, this easiest approach is to reuse the Collaboration Panel along with a ...
    Posted to Tip of the Week (Weblog) by Kevin Hanegan on Sun, Dec 2 2012
  • Passing Marked Records to External Web Pages

    In previous tips we have discussed how to use the Web Player APIs to define what data to load into TIBCO Spotfire.  In this tip, we will show how you can take interactions from a given analysis file (like marking) in the Web Player and send related information to an external web page. In this scenario, lets assume you are using Spotfire to ...
    Posted to Tip of the Week (Weblog) by Kevin Hanegan on Sun, Nov 25 2012
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