TM1 Input in Calculated Cells or Break Back

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Break-back was one of the famous features in Cognos Enterprise Planning, it allowed data input in a calculated cell and system would adjust all the participating elements to match the new result. Combined with ‘holds’ it was a really awesome feature. TM1 allows input in consolidated cells, but not in calculated ones, so this functionality […]

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Insight 2015 recap

Well, it’s already / finally over and I must say I’m very impressed. I didn’t expect anything close to what it was for me: I met heaps of great people, learned a lot of new things and had a few long nights out ) I also got a massive cold so I’m spending the last […]

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See you at Insight 2015

I’m finally going to bat country, yay! And not just going, I’ll even be onstage (just for a few minutes, don’t worry). Our presentation was approved, so on 26-Oct at 10:30 AM-11:30 AM, we’d be talking about TM1 in Sanofi Aventis. It took a good part of my youth last 3 years, but we do […]

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TM1-related comments

A couple of good IBM links: IBM posted a really good ‘all things about locking’ TM1 Guide, read it if you have trouble sleeping TM1Top is officially back ) A quick choosing hardware for TM1 update: I was compiling some hardware specs for TM1 and wanted to highlight some of the main assumptions I use. […]

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Drug Discovery, Development & Commercialization at Coursera

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Just finished yet another Coursera course and am very impressed by quality of content and lectures. This time it was more of a ’subject matter’/‘business’ course rather than the usual technical stuff. Pharmaceuticals is definitely my ‘main’ industry: I spent a lot of time doing projects for various pharma companies in multiple countries. My first project, 14 years ago (sniff-sniff), […]

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