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Josh_Breault
Fluorite | Level 6

I'm still fairly new with SAS Visual Analytics and still learning all the functionality.  I have been creating some fairly detailed nested if statements as calculated items.  I find the need to do this on multiple different explorations.

 

Is there a way I can copy a calculated item or an aggregated measure from one exploration, save it e and use it for a different exploration with the knowledge that the data source being used has the same data fields?

 

Thanks.

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SASKiwi
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If you go the Text tab while editing a Calculated Item, you can copy that text into the text editor of your choice. Then when you want to use it in another Calculated Item's Text tab you can paste it from your text editor.

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SASKiwi
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If you go the Text tab while editing a Calculated Item, you can copy that text into the text editor of your choice. Then when you want to use it in another Calculated Item's Text tab you can paste it from your text editor.

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