Hello community, I need to solve a complex but trivial issue.

Given:

Two tables "Comment" and "Post". Each one contains an "Author" field, which is essentially a user ID. In these tables, each user ID represents an author. The goal is to count all participants together and then group them by month, language, and other metrics.

The question is how to do this within the IRIS ecosystem. Is it even possible to take two tables, get distinct data from them and then combine into one cube?

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Hi Community,

I hope this message finds you well. I am reaching out because I have encountered an issue with a new dimension I created, named "Region," and I could use your assistance in resolving it.

The problem is that when I open the cube analyzer, the "Region" dimension does not populate data as expected. Instead, it merely displays the text "sourceRegion," which I specified as an expression in the architect.

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Data Analysis

This is the sequel to Data Collection. If you have not had a chance to go through and install that you should first do that.

What is provided here is the analysis for the collection of that data that was collected earlier.

In much the same way as was done in that repository you will need to import the xml that makes up this repository.

Starting at the topmost level there is a task:

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