Description

SAP Lumira is known as a visual intelligence tool that is used to visualize data and create stories to provide graphical details of the data. Data is entered in Lumira as dataset and you can apply filters, hierarchies, and columns to prepare documents. You can choose various charts like Bar charts, Pie charts, etc. to visualize the data effectively. This basic tutorial explains how to use SAP Lumira.

SAP Lumira is meant for Business Analysts who can alter data structures and correlations in whatever way they want. They can create data visualizations and stories from multiple data sources. SAP Lumira helps to adapt data to organizational needs to create stories with visualizations.

Before you start proceeding with this tutorial, we are assuming that you are already aware of the basics of SAP HANA. If you are not exposed to SAP HANA, then we will suggest you first to go through our short tutorial on SAP HANA.

Course Content

SAP Lumira Tutorial
SAP Lumira Home
SAP Lumira Overview
SAP Lumira Data Sources
SAP Lumira Data Acquisition
SAP Lumira Editing Acquired Data
SAP Lumira Viewing Connections
SAP Lumira Working With Excel Files
SAP Lumira Working with CSV Files
SAP Lumira Connecting HANA Views
SAP Lumira Download from HANA
SAP Lumira Universe as a Data Src
SAP Lumira Using Query with SQL
SAP Lumira Working Modes
SAP Lumira Prepare Phase
SAP Lumira Visualize Phase
SAP Lumira Compose Phase
SAP Lumira Share Phase
SAP Lumira New Document
SAP Lumira Creating Charts
SAP Lumira Chart Types
SAP Lumira Conditional Formatting
SAP Lumira Preparing Data in Tab
SAP Lumira Editing Data
SAP Lumira Numbers & Dates
SAP Lumira Enriching Data
SAP Lumira Working with Datasets
SAP Lumira Visualizing Data
SAP Lumira Legend Colors
SAP Lumira Creating Stories
SAP Lumira Slideshows
SAP Lumira Customizing Stories
Lumira Charts, Stories & Datasets
SAP Lumira Publishing Datasets
SAP Lumira Questions Answers
SAP Lumira Quick Guide
SAP Lumira Useful Resources
SAP Lumira Discussion

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