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  1. Introduction to Poweroom
    Poweroom is GIDE’s answer to looking into, understanding, and processing extra-large volumes of data such as invoices, transaction records, customer relationship events, contract profiles, production measures or any other extra-large set of numbers that ...
  2. Poweroom Tabs
    Data ExplorerStorage Map window – The default setting displays this on the left side of the screen. This displays Data studies in hierarchical order tree from tags of datasystem. To create new data study right-click in Storage Map window and in context m...
  3. Working with Poweroom Projects
    The project is the highest unit in which it is possible to organize work in the Power Room. The project is in GIDE formed by at least one, or a set of models that contain cases and accounts. Work with projects is available in the section Power Room. Crea...
  4. Working with Poweroom Models
    The model in the Poweroom is a mathematical view of the data in the selected datasystem or for a mathematical extension over other relationships between models and datasystems while the model is independent and complete unit of data. Accounts are display...
  5. Editing a Poweroom Model
    In the model context menu, select the model you want to edit and click on the Edit Model icon in the tool bar. After this, you will be navigated to the Edit Model screen. Item Tag windowThe default setting displays this on the left side of the screen in...
  6. Working with Cases
    Cases are user-created views for data of datasystem. Each model can contain an unlimited number of cases. Case may contain one or more tables, according to the needs of the user. Each table displays the accounts as lines (selected from a list of accounts...
  7. Editing a Case
    Case may contain one or more tables, according to the needs of the user. Each table displays the accounts as lines (selected from a list of accounts in the model), and columns to define the calculated range (time or data type). Case nameTo enter a new o...
  8. Working with Filters
    Filters allow the user to create filters according to the criteria for the data displayed in the Items window. The user can choose the filter criteria they want and define the filter value - the conditions associated with the selected item. Filter window...
  9. Working with Accounts
    The fundamental element of each Calculation model is a row, in Poweroom's terminology called an Account. Accounts typically define the type of result we would like to see (e.g. amount of money withdrawn, cost of fuel, value of loan portfolio, etc.). A si...
  10. Data Explorer
    This is running in the middle of the application, and consists of data created by the user manually or by GIDE during the import. You can browse data displayed as rows that represent items defined by the user and columns that are defined by the user as T...
  11. Import Datasystem
    To import a file from your local hard drive into the datasystem, open the desired datasystem and click on the Import Datasystem icon in the tool bar. In displayed window follow next steps: * Click on the ellipses (‘...’) symbol. In the window that d...