Date: Tue, 9 Dec 1997 13:47:04 -0500
Reply-To: Robert Muzny <MUZNRV@INTEGRIS-HEALTH.COM>
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From: Robert Muzny <MUZNRV@INTEGRIS-HEALTH.COM>
Subject: Re: Suppression of Statistical Labels in EIS Multidimensional
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Pat -- I've had similar needs dealing with average and sum in the same EIS
object. Currently I have to put both statistics in for each variable being
viewed (this looks very strange depending on the variable) . A way around this
is to include two EIS objects in a frame, and provide the same drill-down
hierarchies. This way they work together, but do not share a common statistic.
On the brighter side, SAS Tech Support told me that version 7 will allow us to
define different statistics for each column in the EIS object.
Sorry, I've not attempted to suppress the stat label ... can't offer any help
in that area.
Date: Mon, 8 Dec 1997 12:37:27 -0500
From: Patricia E Holanek <patricia.e.holanek@CCMAIL.CENSUS.GOV>
Subject: Suppression of Statistical Labels in EIS Multidimensional
Situation: In an EIS multidimensional report I have been trying
to suppress the statistical label line when there are more than
one statistic used. We would like the report to have four columns of data
where the first three columns would have only the SUM
statistical data and no statistical label name (or column header of),
SUM, above the columns of data; and where the fourth column would have
only the MAX statistical data and also no statistical label name (or
column header of), MAX, above the fourth column of data.
(What triggered the approach of using two statistics to begin with is
that the fourth column has dates listed. We wanted the maximum dates
within the hierarchy and not the sum of the dates. The date in the
column is formatted as mm/dd/yyyy. For example, 02/11/98.)
Thanks in advance,
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