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Multidimensional Analysis in web browser

by anoopmsahu / November 15, 2012 5:35 PM PST


Is it possible to allow users to analyze data from multiple dimensions dynamically.
E.g.: User is analyzing population of India state-wise and wants to change it to age-wise or sex-wise in browser. The output can be in a tabular format or graph.
(Example on youtube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s_cH4tCH4Dc)

Applications like SAP BW, Qlikview enable users to do this, but can this be done over internet for web-users? If yes, can u help me with some URL where I can see this in action?

Anoop Sahu

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