The Analysis view provides a listing of elements under the currently selected scorecard. You can select to display all model elements in the analysis view by selecting the All scorecards option in the scorecard hierarchy in the left frame. Also reference elements from other scorecards in the model are listed for the selected scorecard. However, when the All scorecards option is selected or when viewing multiple scorecards via drill through, no references are shown. The elements are listed according to fully configurable view settings. You can define which fields are displayed in the analysis table as well as filter the elements shown in the listing. To toggle the Drill through scorecards functionality on or off, click the (on) and (off) buttons. Click the Show View Designer button at the upper right corner to reveal the View Designer view, with which you can define settings for views and save them as presets available in the menu that's accessible through the Views button. Click the Export to Excel button to export the view into a Microsoft Office Excel file. When opening the exported file in Microsoft Office Excel, answer "Yes" to the confirmation question. Note that the decimal separator used in the export is taken from the web browser's settings, so Microsoft Office Excel should be configured to use that same decimal separator. However, if QPR Web Services Foundation is installed, there is an Export to Office link instead of Export to Excel.
The table under the view title displays columns and measures configured for the view. Click any element name to open its details.
You can sort the contents of the view by clicking the column titles. There are the following things to note about the sorting:
|•||Sorting is done for each level separately, i.e. the main level is sorted first, then the second level branches are sorted individually under the main level elements, then the third level elements under the second level elements and so forth.|
|•||A filled (black) triangle in the column title indicates primary sorting order, i.e. the column marked with this is sorted first. The sorting order (ascending or descending) is indicated by the direction of the black arrow. The order can be reversed by clicking on the column title again.|
|•||An empty triangle indicates secondary sorting order, i.e. all columns marked with these are sorted after the column marked for primary sorting is sorted.|
Click the Period button to open the Period selection view for defining the period that used by default in the view. You can still configure various table columns to display e.g. values of different periods with the Period and Period offset options available for various table fields in the View Designer view.
Click the Series button to open a view in which you can define the series that is used by default in the view. You can still configure various table columns to display e.g. trends of different series with the Series option available for various table fields in the View Designer view. The "Default series" option uses the default series of the value settings.
Click the Edit button to change the view to editing mode, in which there are input boxes for all displayed elements the values of which you can change. If you are using some other supported browser than Microsoft Internet Explorer when inputting values to text series, you can resize the value input field by clicking and dragging the bottom-right corner of the field. In the edit mode, click the Submit values button to submit any changes you have done to the values and to close the editing mode.
Clicking the Copy Link button in the toolbar copies the URL link of the current view to the clipboard for sharing (Internet Explorer), or shows a dialog from where the link can be copied.
In addition, if the Details Pane is enabled, it is shown on the lower part of the right side frame.