XL3DataSeriesLookup
Returns the set of values from a range of given members. Often used to provide an OLAP data source for In-Cell Chart formulae.
Use the Insert Formula > Data Series menu or ribbon item to insert the formula using a wizard. See here for details.
Syntax
XL3DataSeriesLookup( Connection, MemberSet, Measure, Hierarchy1, Member1,…, Hierarchy100, Member100 )
Before XLCubed Version 9, this formula was limited to 30 parameters. This allowed up to 13 hierarchy-member pairs.
Parameters
Parameter | Description |
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Connection | Connection number to use |
MemberSet | An XL3MemberSet formula specifying the set to return |
Measure | The measure to use |
Hierarchy1,…, HierarchyN | Name of the hierarchy that the following member applies to e.g. "Measures" or "[Customer].[Customer Geography]" |
Member1,…, MemberN | Either a single member unique name or an XL3Member formula |
Examples (based on the Bicycle Sales cube)
Returns the a set of 12 Revenues for the months of 2003
=XL3DataSeriesLookup(1,XL3MemberSet(1,"[Time]","[Time].[All].&[2003]","DescendantsAt","[Time].[Month]"),"[Measures].[Value]","[KeyFigures]","[KeyFigures].[All].&[Revenue]")
Returns a line chart for a set of 12 Revenues for the months of 2003
=XL3SparkLineM( XL3DataSeriesLookup(1,XL3MemberSet(1,"[Time]","[Time].[All].&[2003]","DescendantsAt","[Time].[Month]"),"[Measures].[Value]","[KeyFigures]","[KeyFigures].[All].&[Revenue]") )