A Quarter attribute is commonly formatted to represent a year followed by a quarter, and therefore cannot be used as a continuous index into the quarters.
To address this requirement, create a Quarter Index metric using the Quarter attribute.
Since a year followed by a quarter is still a sequential list of values, you can often create a Quarter Index metric with the following simple expression: This uses the ID values for a Quarter attribute, and creates a sequential list of values by ranking them.
For example, assume you are using values dating back to the beginning of 2012.
I guess its owner must have a very keen sense about UX (user experiences).
I especially like Spread Charts "programmability" in legging the spread, which may not be obvious to some users.
Predictions of future revenue will be determined at quarterly intervals.
He is obviously intelligent and very easy to talk to to.
To aid in setting goals for next year, you would like to establish a forecast of your company's revenue based on existing trends.
For example, electric utilities generally experience significant seasonal sales variations in electricity.
Likewise, toy manufacturers have sales increases before Christmas.