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PerformancePoint Frequency Grouping by Number Range

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Hello,

I have a graph I want to put together where I have items with a value for number of days before due date.

On the Y axis in PerformancePoint, I want the count for number of items. On the X axis, I want groups, 0-10 days, 11-20 days, and 21-30 days. The items would then fall into one of the groups based on the value that exists in the data for number of days until due date. That is already captured in the database.

How can I use PerformancePoint to create those set values? I think it would be similar to date grouping; I just need numeric grouping in my case.

Thanks!
Joseph Irvine
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Create the grouped data in a View in SQL Server and then create a connection from Dashboard Designer to a SQL Server table (this view) by using PerformancePoint Services.

Create View with grouped data Example:
--Setup a dummy tabel with data
DECLARE @myTable TABLE (ID int, DaysTillDueDate int, Value int);
insert into @myTable values (1, 1, 1);
insert into @myTable values (2, 2, 2);
insert into @myTable values (3, 3, 3);
insert into @myTable values (5, 5, 4);
insert into @myTable values (6, 10, 5);
insert into @myTable values (7, 11, 6);
insert into @myTable values (8, 12, 7);
insert into @myTable values (9, 20, 8);
insert into @myTable values (10, 21, 9);
insert into @myTable values (11, 22, 10);

--SQL grouping data for View Body example
select CONVERT(varchar,CONVERT(INT,t1.DaysTillDueDate/10)*10) + '-' + CONVERT(varchar,CONVERT(INT,t1.DaysTillDueDate/10)*10 + 10)  as DayGroups
	 , SUM(Value) as SumValues
  from @myTable t1
 group by CONVERT(varchar,CONVERT(INT,t1.DaysTillDueDate/10)*10) + '-' + CONVERT(varchar,CONVERT(INT,t1.DaysTillDueDate/10)*10 + 10)
  
  
--Example of creating a View
IF object_id(N'<schema_name, sysname, dbo>.<view_name, sysname, Top10Sales>', 'V') IS NOT NULL
	DROP VIEW <schema_name, sysname, dbo>.<view_name, sysname, Top10Sales>
GO

CREATE VIEW <schema_name, sysname, dbo>.<view_name, sysname, Top10Sales> AS  
<SQL for View Body>

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