Jedox Planning Assistant: Overview

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Jedox 7.1 includes a new feature, the Planning Assistant, which provides many options for entering data when consolidated elements are involved. It is especially useful for creating planning scenarios and entering data distribution along pre-defined ratios. It also enables controlled writeback, for when you don’t want data to land in your cube immediately, and other steps, such as using named ranges. 

To open the Planning Assistant in Jedox Excel Add-in: select a cube cell in a Jedox view and then click on the Planning Assistant button in the Jedox Ribbon, as shown in the screenshot below.

To open the Planning Assistant in a Jedox spreadsheet: right-click on a cube cell in a Jedox view and choose Planning Assistant from the context menu, as shown below.

The Planning Assistant offers several ways to manipulate your data. These options are described below the screenshot.

Planning Type Description
Splashing Distributes a user-defined value in a consolidated cell across all the base cells in the aggregation.
Copy Copies the values from one cube slice, including their distribution on the base level, to another cube slice. 
Like Applies a user-defined value to a cube slice using the distribution values from a different cube slice on the base level.
Linear Regression A prediction as linear regression is only possible if multiple elements (calculation base) of exactly one dimension are specified. Also, the final value of the multiple elements (calculation base) must not be zero.
Transfer Allows transfer of an amount from one element to another within one dimension. The subtotals in all other dimensions will stay fixed on their current values after the transfer.
Reallocate A hierarchy receives the new value X (with the option percentage the new value Y = old value*X%) and computes the values of sibling cells to preserve original values of all ancestor cells.
Hold  Holds a value to prevent any further changes to it and its base values, through either direct changes or splashing the value. 

 

 

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