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I downloaded the Visual BI extension and watched the video and then tried out the extension myself.

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The “what-if” component works with Visual BI charts.  I set up a simple line chart (# of tickets by Basis component from SAP Solution Manager) and assigned the same data source to the what-if component.

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Part of the what-if component is assigning a measure rule.  I only have one measure, number of tickets.

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Another step reviewed in the video is assigning the What-If analyzer to the component, in this case a line chart.

So how does the What-if slider look on my iPad Air?  See below:

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The above is how it looks initially.

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See the results above from moving the slider.  For the full step-by-step instructions, watch this:

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