About This Book
This book describes, for developers, how to define basic InterSystems IRIS Business Intelligence models: cubes and subject areas. It also describes how to define listing groups, which define listings outside of cube definitions. It includes the following sections:
For a detailed outline, see the table of contents.
The other developer books for Business Intelligence are as follows:
Introduction to InterSystems Business Intelligence briefly introduces Business Intelligence and the tools that it provides.
Developer Tutorial for InterSystems Business Intelligence guides developers through the process of creating a sample that consists of a cube, subject areas, pivot tables, and dashboards.
Implementing InterSystems Business Intelligence describes how to implement Business Intelligence, apart from creating the model.
Advanced Modeling for InterSystems Business Intelligence describes how to use the more advanced and less common Business Intelligence modeling features: computed dimensions, unstructured data in cubes, compound cubes, cube relationships, term lists, quality measures, KPIs, plug-ins, and other special options.
Using InterSystems MDX introduces MDX and describes how to write MDX queries manually for use with cubes.
InterSystems MDX Reference provides reference information on MDX as supported by Business Intelligence.
The following books are for both developers and users:
Using Dashboards and the User Portal describes how to use the Business Intelligence User Portal and dashboards.
Creating Dashboards describes how to create and modify dashboards in Business Intelligence.
Using the Analyzer describes how to create and modify pivot tables, as well as use the Analyzer in general.
Also see the article Using PMML Models in InterSystems IRIS®.