SAP Data Visualization

A Relationship (basic) of MM and FI tables

As a specialist consultant with extensive experience in SAP ERP implementation projects, I constantly face challenges in desing Gaps or complex solutions that clearly require knowledge of integration between SAP ERP modules. In this short article I will elaborate something containing knowledge about the connection between two system modules, FI (finances) and MM (materials) based on the respective relationship of their tables (Data Model) of the corresponding database. Large deployment …

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How to enable collaboration features in BI Dashboards using SAP Design Studio and SAP HANA

In our day-to-day work with our innovative and thankfully, demanding clients we often identify requirements that will provide more value to the business. In quite a few of our recent implementations, customers are demanding user interactivity and collaboration within the SAP Design Studio dashboards we deliver. Unfortunately, such features are still not easy to handle with standard components and we are limited by the out-of-the-box capabilities of the analytics software …

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SLN Spotlight_SAP Labs India: Connecting the dots with SAP Connection Discovery!!

We know that nothing in the world stands by itself. Every existing object is a link in an infinite chain and is thus connected with all the other links. If we try to find out connections between every object, we will end up with a web of infinite objects and links. We can imagine the complexity to analyze this data and to figure out the meaningful information. However, the complexity of …

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Domestic Violence in Australia

Written by : Pooja Golani () and Dhruv Kothari (4576526) We are students pursuing post graduation from Victoria University. This blog is a part of our curriculum’s assessment. What is domestic violence? Intimate violence, more commonly known as Domestic violence is a form of violence that can occur between people who share any sort of relationship with each other. Domestic violence can be of many types like physical, emotional, psychological, …

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Domestic Violence in Australia

This blog post has been written by Sashi Gurung and SailenaTuladhar as part of the assignment for Business Analytics studied at Victoria University. Getting the practical hands-on experience of SAP products in this university has always been the best part of learning experience. We are very grateful to our lecturer Parvez Ahmad, who helped in understanding the attributes of a good visualizations. This blog post is the report of domestic …

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Principles of visual perception

Preamble Thanks for taking the time to read about my views on data visualization. Data visualization is a topic that I have always been fascinated about and is something that I continue to learn about with each passing day. This blog provides me (and hopefully others) a forum for discussing ideas, opinions and literature related to data visualization. Introduction We are all quite familiar with the English idiom “A picture …

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Data Visualization for Refugee Issues in Australia

According to UNHCR (2017), Refugees is “a people who have gotten away abuse for reasons of race, nationality, religion, participation of a specific social gathering or political opinion in their nation of origin and are unable to gain its safety”. The report discusses the different refugee issues in Australia utilizing by providing an overall view and data analysis that has been collected from various sources. The most common refugees issues …

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Data Visualization : Illicit Drug Use in Australia

by WAI SHING, LI (s4561020), Shreya Singh (s4561063) & Sujavoddin Mohammed (s4535121) The world is fighting a war with drugs. Illicit drug use is one of the most serious problems that is faced today. It has been prevailing world-wide and is gathering a lot of concern. Illicit drugs are those drugs which have been deemed illegal to consume. Illicit or illegal drugs can be highly addictive and can cause serious health …

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Data Visualization for Illicit Drug Use

According to Miller (2014), drug is “a substance other than food, that when inhaled, smoked, consumed, absorbed or patched on the skin or dissolved under the tongue causes a physiological change in the body”. This report discusses the worldwide illicit drugs use by providing an overall view and analysis of data that has been collected from various sources. Nowadays, the most common drugs consumed are cocaine, cannabis, ecstasy, magic mushrooms, amphetamines, …

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