Short answer is no, there isn't a tool available to determine sparsity. In an Anaplan model, every cell is assumed to consume server memory. High sparsity is inferred through an analysis of the dimensional intersections which are not intended or are not populated. The best technique for sparsity analysis is to review the subject model's largest modules and determine the inferred sparsity in those largest modules.
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Next up: Sampath Gomatam will answer your questions on the Product Roadmap and Innovation in July. Similar to our first AMA style, you'll have the opportunity to post your questions in Community and watch Sampath's reply on video. Wondering about the product roadmap? Join us for the next AMA!
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