Version 5.0 for Microsoft Windows, Apple Macintosh, and Motif systems
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Part Number 60-991-0898 July 1997
About BrioQuery Editions xii Who Should Use this Handbook xiii What this HandbookContains xiii Related Documentation xv Conventions xvi Contacting Brio xvii
Part I: Getting Started
1 Introducing BrioQuery
Understanding Business Intelligence Tools 1-2 Year “2000” Compliance 1-7 What’s New in 5.0? 1-8
A Tour of Brio Query
Step One: Start BrioQuery 2-2 Step Two: Opening and Saving a Sample File 2-3 Step Three: Finding Your Way 2-4 Step Four: Introducing Query 2-5Step Five: Getting Some Results 2-7 Step Six: Pivot Your Data 2-9 Step Seven: Charting Unlimited 2-14 Step Eight: Detail Reports 2-16 Step Nine: Returning to Query 2-18
Turning Data into Information
About Aggregation 3-2 Introducing Personal Computer Warehouse 3-3 BrioQuery’s Aggregation Features 3-10 Aggregation at the Desktop 3-15 Where To Go From Here 3-17
The BrioQuery Workspace 4-2 Understanding BrioQuery Sections 4-3 Using the Toolbars 4-4 Using Drag-and-Drop Command Lines 4-6 Using the Outliners 4-8 Selection and Clicking Techniques 4-9 Using Speed Menus 4-10 Formatting Options 4-11 Printing in BrioQuery 4-15 Saving Documents 4-15 Opening an Existing Document 4-17 About Online Assistance 4-17
Part II: Querying and Results5 Querying
About Database Queries 5-2 Choosing a Data Model 5-3 Data Model Basics 5-7 Building a Query 5-10 Aggregating Data 5-13 Limits 5-16 Computed Items 5-16 Sorting 5-16 Query Estimates and Governors 5-16 Importing Data Files 5-19 Stored Procedures 5-19 Processing Queries 5-21 Working Directly in SQL 5-25 Where To Go From Here 5-26
About Results 6-2Reviewing the Data Set 6-3 Computed Columns 6-3 Grouping Columns 6-3 Results Limits 6-7 Enhancing the Results Display 6-7 Sorting Results 6-10 Calculating Totals 6-10 Exporting Data 6-13 Saving the Results Set 6-15 Where To Go From Here 6-15
About Limits 7-2 The Limit Line 7-5 Simple Limits 7-5 Advanced Limit Techniques 7-13 Where To Go From Here 7-18
AboutComputed Items 8-2 Computed Items in BrioQuery Sections 8-4 Creating a Computed Item 8-5 Where To Go From Here 8-13
Sorting Data 9-2 Sort Lines 9-3 Complex Sorting in Query and Results 9-4 Complex Sorting in Reports 9-6 Where To Go From Here 9-11
Part III: Reports
10 Pivot Reports
Analyzing Data with Pivot Reports 10-2 Techniques for Managing Your Data 10-6...
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