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Spotfire 7.0: How To Execute Dynamic Category Groupings

In this video tutorial, we go over the feature of dynamic category groupings in the new version of TIBCO Spotfire 7.0.

This functionality allows for users to correct misspellings and also group several categories into one for comparative purposes. The dynamic category grouping eliminates the need to create a calculated column with the aggregation method and then suppressing the columns that are not needed.

Watch the video below and comment or reach out if you have any questions.


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1 Comment

shrikanth · May 19, 2015 at 9:13 am

Hi Team,
I want make grouping for date , for example I want create an visualization for the patients who are (Variables)randomized, answered, open, closed for month . But scenario is requestor want to see the same to split it for twice for a month(15days once separate visualization) side by side.
That would be great if you suggest me to try out.
I am using Spotfire 6.0 version
Thanks,
Shrikanth

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