CUBEKPIMEMBER is a function in Excel that allows you to create a pivot table from a list of data. The function takes a list of data as an input, and then creates a pivot table based on that data. The pivot table can then be used to analyze the data in different ways, and to create reports and graphs.
The CUBEKPIMEMBER function syntax in Excel is:
CUBEKPIMEMBER(database, dimension, member)
database - The name of the database that contains the dimension.
dimension - The name of the dimension in the database.
member - The name of the member in the dimension.
The CUBEKPIMEMBER function in Excel calculates the sum of a given set of values found in a particular dimension of a cube. For example, the function can be used to calculate the sum of sales values for a given product category in a given year. The function takes the following form:
=CUBEKPIMEMBER(cube_name, dimension_name, value_1, value_2,...)
where "cube_name" is the name of the cube, "dimension_name" is the name of the dimension, and "value_1", "value_2", etc. are the values to be summed.
There are a few instances in which you should not use CUBEKPIMEMBER in Excel. First, if you are working with a PivotTable, you should not use CUBEKPIMEMBER. Additionally, if you are working with a large data set, you should not use CUBEKPIMEMBER. Finally, if you are looking to calculate a simple average, you should not use CUBEKPIMEMBER.
There are a few similar formulae to CUBEKPIMEMBER in Excel. The first is CUBE. This will return the cube of the value in the cell. The second is CUBEMEMBER. This will return the member of the cube that is at the given index. The third is CUBERANK. This will return the rank of the given value in the cube.