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Analyse of web survey results in BW

Hi,

We are going to use Web survey in SRM. We'll analyse the results in BW. We have seeen an ODS and a cube to analyse the results (0WS_01 et 0WS_C01). Are there tools that allow to do complex notations of the answers, grouping and weighting ?

What is your experience of analyse of web survey results in BW ?

Thanks in advance.

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    Posted on Jul 27, 2005 at 09:30 AM

    Check in SPRO in BW. I think there is a way to do weighting and scoring.

    If that does not work, then evaluate the Analysis Process Workbench (TCODE RSANWB). APD is integrated with the data minitng tools in BW which has scoring algorithms. Results of the scores can be published back to an ODS or to a master data attribute.

    Cheers

    Aneesh

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      Thanks for your answer.

      With SPRO, I can just see weighting and grouping for vendor evaluation which we don't use.

      I don't see anything else (we are in BW 3.1 and soon in 3.5).

      I'm going to have a look to APD. In which version of SAP can we use it ? Where can I find documentation ?

      Thank you.

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    Posted on Jul 27, 2005 at 10:01 AM

    Hi,

    APD is available from SAP BW 3.5.

    Bye

    Dinesh

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    • Former Member

      APD was available from BW 3.0B but it is not too great. The integration with data mining workbench is not too great. Try it out none the less.

      APD: Transaction code RSANWB

      Data Mining Workbench: Transaction Code RSDMWB

      Cheers

      Aneesh

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