Try ORDER ( [LOCALIZATION].[BYGEO].[COUNTRY].MEMBERS * [LOCALIZATION].[IDCOUNTRY].[IDCOUNTRY].MEMBERS, [LOCALIZATION].CURRENTMEMBER.NAME, ASC ) ON ROWS ...

Perhaps you could try a expression for the "sort-by" option for your calculated dimension? I am not sure how your calculated dimension is defined, however, it may be possible to use part of it to define the expression which sorts your calculated dimension. In the below example, I made a...

r,function,for-loop,matrix,dimension

The problem is that you loop from row b to row n*b (with stride b, due to the precedence of * and :) and then index to one greater, so you attempt to index row n*b + 1 of R, which is out of bounds. R[0,]<- will cause incorrect results...

Code %%// Spread out B to the third dimension so that the singleton %%// second dimension thus created could be used with bsxfun for expansion in %%// that dimension t1 = permute(B,[3 2 1]) %%// Perform row-wise subtraction and then summing of their absolute values %%// as needed t2 =...

algorithm,cluster-analysis,bigdata,dimension

You may be interested in this survey: Kriegel, H. P., KrĂ¶ger, P., & Zimek, A. (2009). Clustering high-dimensional data: A survey on subspace clustering, pattern-based clustering, and correlation clustering. ACM Transactions on Knowledge Discovery from Data (TKDD), 3(1), 1. one of the authors wrote DBSCAN, so it will likely help...

arrays,vba,variables,dimension

You may find it easier to use Join to build your string from the array rather than looping. Sub mOpenFile() Dim aVar() As String 'split the path into an array aVar = Split(ThisWorkbook.Path, Application.PathSeparator) 'if the last element of the array is toolbox If aVar(UBound(aVar)) = "Toolbox" Then 'redim the...

math,vector,dimension,euclidean-distance

The euclidian distance calculus is independent of dimensions. In your case, the euclidian distance between a and b can be written as: d(a,b) = sqrt(sum_{i=1}^{4} (a[i] - b[i])^2). Or, more specifically: d(a,b) = sqrt( (a1-b1)^2 + (a2-b2)^2 + (a3-b3)^2 + (a4-b4)^2 )....

You're missing the variable declaration as an associative array via -A: typeset -A matrix Without that, you seem to get a normal array, and then only the last index is actually used; that explains the (wrong) results you've got....

reporting-services,mdx,olap,dimension,rdl

Does this give the same results? Is it any quicker? WITH MEMBER [Measures].[Contacts] AS Sum ( IIF ( [Sales_step].CurrentMember IS [Sales_step].&[contact], ,[Measures].[Qnt] ,null ) ) MEMBER [Measures].[Clients] AS Sum ( IIF ( [Sales_step].CurrentMember IS [Sales_step].&[client] ,[Measures].[Qnt] ,null ) ) MEMBER [Measures].[Funded] AS Sum ( IIF ( [Sales_step].CurrentMember IS [Sales_step].&[funded] ,[Measures].[Qnt]...

image,machine-learning,cluster-analysis,dimension

In short, no, it is not possible. It may be possible to represent your objects' vectors as member of the same (higher dimensional space). This will only work if there is some overlap in the features of your objects. Consider the following vectors: object1: a, b, c, d object2: b,...

You may use drop=FALSE to get the dimensions f <- function(data){ return(list(dim=dim(data))) } f(data=x[,1,, drop=FALSE]) #$dim #[1] 3 1 3 data a <- 3 b <- 2 c <- 3 x <- array(data=runif(a*b*c), dim=c(a,b,c)) ...

java,eclipse,arraylist,2d,dimension

Pareto_set_List.get(Optimization_Problem.General_Calculation.Get_Another_Solution).add(EncodingUtils.getInt(solution.getVariable(j))); Before this point, you don't seem to add any ArrayList instances to Pareto_set_List, so the ArrayList is empty. When you try to retrieve the element located at Optimization_Problem.General_Calculation.Get_Another_Solution (which seems to be 0), the exception is thrown. What you could do is add an ArrayList to Pareto_set_List as follows:...

data,dimension,fact,warehouse,measures

I would start by writing down everything you know about crime. For example:Police, Detectives, Locations, CrimeType, Crime Instance etc. Theses could be your tables. Link the data in the tables to make it into a database. The data in the tables may be something like: Location: Name, Address, Type, creationDate,...

This is fairly straightforward if you want to preserve order column-wise or row-wise. originalMatrix <- matrix(c(1,2,3,4,NA,6,7,8,NA,10,11,12),nrow=3) [,1] [,2] [,3] [,4] [1,] 1 4 7 10 [2,] 2 NA 8 11 [3,] 3 6 NA 12 newMatrixNums <- originalMatrix[!is.na(originalMatrix)] [1] 1 2 3 4 6 7 8 10 11 12 Pad...

java,swing,jframe,dimension,setbounds

There are 2 ways to fix this: Take into account the border of the frame when setting the bounds of the frame Override getPreferredSize() of the content pane of the JFrame and then call pack() on the frame. Here is a demo of the two techniques: import java.awt.Dimension; import java.awt.Insets;...

You can use any of 3 algorithms described below (coded in C#, can be converted into Java/Javascript using similar syntax) to find the distance between 2 geographical points on Earth either in miles or km (re: http://www.codeproject.com/Articles/884183/enRoute-Real-time-NY-City-Bus-Tracking-Web-App): /***************************************************************************************** Module : GIS.cs |Class Lib Description : Calculate distance between two geo-points...

axapta,x++,dimension,financial,enterprise-portal

Checking the caller is not a good idea anyway. Better is to check the element.args parameters. You could sniff the parmEnum property value provided by the menu item. Supply different menu items for each different context. ...