Use Case: Parent-Child Hierarchies (Business Analyst)

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Course Description

As a business analyst, do you want to know how to use a “Parent-Child” Hierarchy? Parent child hierarchies are typically used for organizational data and accounting data. They are particularly useful for accounting purposes, because they enable you to define the operator for each attribute in the hierarchy. For example, you can define a minus ( – ) operator for Expenses, to ensure that expenses are subtracted from the total, rather than added to it. In this use case, we will show you how to use these hierarchies in a Discover report.

This training is based on Pyramid 2020.20. Make sure to download and install the Parent-Child Hierarchy model located here.

You will learn

  • Traversing the hierarchy tree
  • Function Selections and managing descendants
  • Formula’s and Parent-Child hierarchies
  • Creating lists
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