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Author's profile photo Tammy Powlas

Still Looking at Winter Olympic with Lumira

This morning I was prompted to update my Lumira Desktop to 1.15 – which is very very nice, and saves the trouble of going to Service Marketplace.

I set this up in my File->Preferences under Auto updates:


For in-depth details on what is new in 1.15, go to  What’s new in SAP Lumira Desktop 1.15

Also new, attributes are now dimensions – see arrows below:


But for pure exploring with data, I am enjoying Winter Olympic Insights with Lumira Cloud – it is like a trip down memory lane, looking at one of my favorite events, Ice Dancing, new to the Winter Olympics in 1976.


I can search by favorite ice dancers Torvill-Dean from Great Britain – I forgot they won two medals:


Which Olympics did they win?  See below for the answer:


If you don’t know Torvill-Dean see below – I was very fortunate to see them skate in person when they came to America on a tour with the Russian All-Stars.

This was their gold medal performance.  I am looking forward to the Olympics again.

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      Author's profile photo Former Member
      Former Member


      I never knew that you enjoyed watching Ice Skating!??!?!

      I'm also disappointed that you didn't create a storyboard showcasing your favourite team. (with a custom background)

      Apart from wanting to see that storyboard, I would want to see a 6-second tribute from you to them. Hopefully it will go viral, and you'll get a personal message!!!


      Sorry, got slightly out of hand up there.

      SP15 - Attributes are now Dimensions

      Author's profile photo Tammy Powlas
      Tammy Powlas
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      I think you should do the storyboard - the data is publicly available.

      Awesome picture!!

      Author's profile photo Former Member
      Former Member

      Keeping it simple:

      The top are the Top 10 Medal Winners by Country from the last 3 Winter Olympics

      Bottom, same as Tammy 😉