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  • Re: Calculating Error Bars

    Hi Ryan,  I tried again and named the property control "testprop" this time. The property itself is of type string, but the column values are of type ineger so that it is not the issue that no avg() can be calculated. I will open a support case with Tibco, maybe they have an idea. Thanks a lot for your suggestions! Jan
    Posted to TIBCO Spotfire Clients (Forum) by jfrunzke on Tue, Feb 19 2013
  • Re: Calculating Error Bars

     Hi Ryan,  Thanks for the suggestions. My document property is actually called "PropertySel" and the column types are integer. Nothing wrong with that. Did you try it yourself once? Quite simple, takes five minutes. Here is a list of data, generate a bar chart category vs. avg(value). Put a drop-down list into a text area ...
    Posted to TIBCO Spotfire Clients (Forum) by jfrunzke on Tue, Feb 19 2013
  • Re: Calculating Error Bars

    Hi Ryan,  Thanks for the answer. You are correct, the property is populated by a column name, but the error message in this case is "Preprocessor syntax is not supported". Jan
    Posted to TIBCO Spotfire Clients (Forum) by jfrunzke on Sat, Feb 16 2013
  • Calculating Error Bars

    I would like to generate a bar chart showing the average of one criterion as bar height and the maximum of the same criterion as the upper error bar. The problem is calculating the upper error bar value. Setting it to max(<criterion>)-avg(criterion) is simple enough, but I want the flexibility to select the criterion into a document ...
    Posted to TIBCO Spotfire Clients (Forum) by jfrunzke on Fri, Feb 15 2013
  • Re: "Schedule updates" Access

    All our users are checked against the company LDAP. Since an invented service account is not part of the LDAP - is there any way to add it to the Administrators and Scheduled Update Users Group?
    Posted to TIBCO Spotfire Clients (Forum) by jfrunzke on Wed, Oct 5 2011
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