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In the attached model, I am using the "last" function to achieve this. Latest Ave = last(Data Table::'5YrAve':Year, 1) For most accurate reporting, you should make sure that you are only calculating...

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Hi E, I expanded the model to account for several years. This required adding the year dimension to the date manager as well as to the income statement by month. Let me know if you have any questions....

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At the current time it is not possible to create groups from DataNAV items. Requests for this functionality will be considered for future enhancements.

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The print functionality of Quantrix Qloud models is controlled by the model browser you are using. Perhaps a different browser or changing the print settings (ie. include background colors) will yield...

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Thank you for bringing this omission to our attention. We are currently making an effort to improve the functions help that is available and your feedback is valuable.

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You can also move a secondary folder to the primary position by highlighting / selecting the folder and pressing the Ctrl + left arrow keys.

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Thank you for your feedback. The Model Statistics panel has historically counted the number of formula fields present in a model, regardless of whether or not they contain data. This feature was updated...

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The Quantrix Viewer is a read-only application, similar to Acrobat Reader. Opening the model utilizing a Viewer Role is not the same as opening with the Quantrix Viewer - although the Viewer application...

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I think the issue might be that your cursor focus is not on the chart itself when you are looking at the Format Toolbox. The options change based on the cursor focus. Try clicking within the chart grid...

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Hello Connor, I think what you are trying to do will work best with a combination of the @level function with select. For example: select(Variable, @Countries, @level(Regions, 1)) This should work...

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