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We saw demos of Lumira Desktop 1.17 at ASUG Annual Conference a few weeks ago.  Now that 1.17 is generally available, it is nice to try out some of the features myself.

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First the visualization tiles have moved from the far right to the left; I like this because if you are dragging and dropping measures and dimensions it is closer to drag the items.

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Similar to Lumira Cloud, if you click the lightbulb icon you can see Related Visualizations.  You don’t have to “think”.

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I selected measure “All time rank” and Lumira will suggest what “influences” that.

I select “Top Influencers of All time rank” and the following visualization appears:

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Of course, wins plays a role in all time rank, goals, points, attended, etc.

I select “wins” to see the correlated variables:

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Of course this is a simple example, so I’m sure there are more use cases for this type of functionality.

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More information correlating to average points when that bar is selected.

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Now you see all the share options too.

The Influencer analysis feature is interesting, and it will be interesting to see how it gets used.

Related:

Lumira Desktop 1.17 – A First Look at BEx Query

Checking Out New SAP Lumira Cloud – InfoGraphics and more

Lumira’s unified visualization experience: How to convert my existing SAP Lumira Cloud visualizations

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  1. Pauline Gerdingh

    Hi Tammy,

    Thank you for writing down some info about this feature, but please where can I find more details of these calculations behind this correlations ?

    what does these numbers mean, and how did this feature calculate it ?

    best regards,

    Pauline

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