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11g Release 1 (11.1.1)
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Adding Views to the Results of Analyses

To add a view to the results of an analysis:

  1. In the "Analysis editor: Results tab" (or alternatively in the "Views pane"), click the New View toolbar button, then select a type of view to create in one of the following ways:

    • If you know exactly which view type you want to create, click it.

    • If you want to have Oracle BI EE's recommended visualizations feature automatically create the most appropriate view based on the data in your analysis, click Best Visualization, rather than a specific view type.

    • If you want to have Oracle BI EE's recommended visualizations feature provide a ranked list of view types for you based on the data in your analysis as well as on what you want the view to illustrate, click Recommended Visualization for and then in the Select Visualization list, select your preference, such as Discovering Patterns and Outliers.


    For some view types, you can also use the recommended visualizations feature to choose a recommended subtype.

    The view is displayed in a container on the "Compound Layout." (Note that defaults are used to generate this view, such as the default view type, default formatting, and so on.)

  2. To format the container for the view, click the Format Container toolbar button on the view container to display a formatting dialog.

    For information, see Chapter 7, "Formatting Analyses, Views, and Dashboard Pages.".

  3. To set the properties for a funnel, gauge, graph, map, performance tile, pivot table, table, treemap, or trellis (simple and advanced) view, click the View Properties button.

  4. To edit the view, click the Edit View toolbar button on the view container.

    For more information, see "Editing Views."

  5. Save the view. For information, see "Saving Views."