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Suppose I have four panels on a dashboard. Panel A calculates X (as well as some other calculations). Panel B calculates Y (as well as some other calculations). Panel C needs to show X and Y. And the fourth is a filter panel with some drop downs and a submit button (we'll call this panel D). The other three panels update whenever this submit button is clicked and they all respect whatever filters are selected.
Now I really hate using redundant code, so ideally for me, panel C will only update when both A and B run and save the results to some place (global variable or maybe a hold file). And I don't want to create a bunch of extra code to achieve this either. The solution I'm looking for should simplify the coding.
I know this can be done with INCLUDE statements, but this can become spaghetti-ish too but more importantly we end up running the same code/query multiple times (though modular code is great, I get it). I'm trying to write code that won't be hard to maintain, neat and efficient.
Any options out there?
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