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Has anyone found an easy way to account for this situation?
An easy example is average hotel rate. We set a target of $50 per night. The actual calculation is hotel costs / hotel nights.
I need to aggregate this from a machine level to a division level so I don't believe I can do the calculation as a datapoint and the measure as a number. It would not average the aggregation. With over 90 machine I don't want to have to trick the system by dividing by 1 for the target if it isn't needed.This message has been edited. Last edited by: Jasen,
WebFocus 8.002 PMF 8.2.3 Windows, all output
Posts: 76 | Location: Minnesota | Registered: December 28, 2012
Click in the check box under the # column. This opens up an entry box. Enter the fixed ratio value. It will be preserved on aggregation.
This is discussed in the PMF manual on p. 307 in the section "Working With Measures". Yes I know, the manual can be a bit overwhelming the first time you look at it, but it is your friend! This message has been edited. Last edited by: EricH,