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# Sum-up and then calculate vs. calculate and then sum-up (SSAS-MDX)

By : user2172553
Date : October 23 2020, 08:10 AM
I wish did fix the issue. In your SSAS project ->datasource view, you need to add a named calculation. This would be "[Unit Cost]*[Qty]". Now add this named calculation as a Measure in your Cube. This do the job. This problem was already addressed in the following link. https://stackoverflow.com/questions/53554284/how-to-multiply-two-measures-prior-to-aggregation/53558733#53558733
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## Given logistic regression coefficients computed in SSAS, create a formula to calculate a continuous output value

By : Michael
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
hope this fix your issue I'm no expert, but it sounds to me you don't want to use logistic regression at all. You want to train a linear regression. You currently have a logistic regression model, these are typically used for binary classification, not continuous values, i.e., 0-100.
How to do linear regression in SAS

## Have an array that is being filled with user input. Want the calculate button to calculate total even if all spots in th

By : Abhay Kumar
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
around this issue , Well you could simply write
code :
``````  int sum = totalScore.Sum();
``````
``````int[] totalScore = new int[9];

totalScore[0] = x1;
totalScore[1] = x2;
totalScore[2] = x3;
totalScore[3] = x4;
totalScore[4] = x5;
totalScore[5] = x6;
totalScore[6] = x7;
totalScore[7] = x8;
totalScore[8] = x9;
int sum = totalScore.Sum();
``````
``````int tempValue;
if(Int32.TryParse(textBox1.Text,out tempValue)
totalScore[0] = tempValue;
``````

## SSAS MDX Calculate running total but exclude less significant rows

By : Virginsomme
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it fixes the issue After a few whiteboard sessions, my co-conspirator came up with a simple solution: Add a new measure, calculating the difference between the running total and the city amount. When this difference is less than the threshold, then this will be the rolled up row that is to contain the City name of “Other” and also use the running total rather than city total. Kudos to Tyson
Here's some example code:
code :
``````WITH
SET [OrderedSet] AS
Nonempty
(
ORDER
([Age].[Age Group B].[Age Group B].Members,
[Measures].[Emergency Room Visits per 1,000 Member Months],
BASC
)
)
MEMBER [Measures].[RowNumber] AS
Rank([Age].[Age Group B].CURRENTMEMBER,
[OrderedSet]
)
MEMBER [Measures].[Running Total] as
Sum(
([OrderedSet],
([Measures].[RowNumber],[Age].[Age Group B].CurrentMember)
),
[Measures].[Emergency Room Visits per 1,000 Member Months]
)
MEMBER [Measures].[Ttl_RunTtl_Diff] AS
[Measures].[Running Total] - [Measures].[Emergency Room Visits per 1,000 Member Months]
MEMBER MEASURES.NewAge AS
IIF([Measures].[Ttl_RunTtl_Diff] = 0 OR [Measures].[Ttl_RunTtl_Diff]>15000
, [Age].[Age Group B].CURRENTMEMBER.Name, "Other")
MEMBER MEASURES.NewTotal AS
IIF([Measures].[Ttl_RunTtl_Diff] = 0 OR [Measures].[Ttl_RunTtl_Diff]>15000
, [Measures].[Emergency Room Visits per 1,000 Member Months], [Measures].[Running Total])
SELECT NON EMPTY
{
[Measures].[Emergency Room Visits per 1,000 Member Months],
[Measures].[Member Months],
[Measures].[Emergency Room Visits],
[Measures].[Running Total],
[Measures].[Ttl_RunTtl_Diff],
[Measures].[NewAge],
[Measures].[NewTotal]
}
ON COLUMNS,
NON EMPTY
FILTER({[OrderedSet]}
, [Measures].[Running Total] > 15000 )
ON ROWS FROM [Model]
``````

## Create Calculate Measures in SSAS

By : Saoud
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
may help you . I am not sure where are you looking at this Add Calculate Member option, but you could try something like this (Adventure Works database).
code :
``````with member measures.[MyMeasure1]
as
([Measures].[Internet Sales Amount], [Date].[Calendar].[Calendar Year].&[2006])

member measures.[MyMeasure2]
as
([Measures].[Internet Sales Amount], [Product].[Color].&[Grey])

member measures.[MyMeasure12]
as
measures.[MyMeasure1] + measures.[MyMeasure2]

select {[Measures].[Internet Sales Amount], measures.[MyMeasure1], measures.[MyMeasure2] , measures.[MyMeasure12]} on 0
``````

## Create Calculate Measure Based On One Dimension And 2 Relations In SSAS

By : user3506673
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it should still fix some issue Sometimes in a data warehouse a dimension is connected to a fact table in more than one way, these ways can be created using direct or indirect links between Dim and Fact, therefore we can use a dimension to analyze Fact values in different roles; these dimensions are called Role-Playing Dimensions. When designing a cube, for each role of the dimension, a new instance of dimension will be added to the cube. Given these circumstances, each dimension will analyze the cube and although you can use multiple dimensions in a report but in Members level these dimensions are distinguished. With these said, sometimes we feel the need to select a member to be the representative of all roles of a dimension given the situation, this is when Link Member function jumps in to aid us.
This function takes two arguments:
code :
``````WITH
MEMBER SenderAmount AS
[Measures].[Amount], FORMAT_STRING = "Standard"