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 Posted Thursday, April 21, 2011 7:16 AM
 Old Hand Group: General Forum Members Last Login: Thursday, August 22, 2013 1:13 AM Points: 350, Visits: 474
 Dear,I have a KPI that shows when an cost amount is good or bad : decreasing is better.When defining the KPI the worst value is set at 300000 \$.In my scorecard the KPI the year dimension is added : all years show red, because the cost for each year is higher than 300000. However, when adding the semesters (or quarters ..) : all of them turn green, because the cost of each is lower than 300000.The color of the indicator depends on this worst value which is a fixed value. How can you specifiy this worst value to make it have sense for all periods ? Franky L.
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 Posted Tuesday, April 02, 2013 9:35 AM
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 Hi,I did something akin to this, I'll tell you what I did, see if it helps you at all. I used an MDX statement to calculate an aggregated "worst value" for each level of the hierarchy I was using. This was needed b/c in this case, the scale was 1-4, with 1 being "best" and 4 being "worst", and I had trouble getting any sort of automatic rollup calculations to work. I didn't need an average, I simply needed the "worst" (highest) value in each case, to be displayed.Then, in my KPI indicator, I set the Target value to 1 (Fixed Value), b/c 1 was the desired target (1 being "best".) I set my indicator as "Decreasing is better" and Banding method as "Band by numeric value of Actual". I set the threshold values as: Best = 1, Threshold 2 = 1.1 (just past 1), Threshold 1 = 2.1 (just past 2) and Worst = 3 (b/c both 3 and 4 were bad.)This worked very well for my Scorecard and KPI rollups.
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