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The module-submodule structure is hierarchical - in that a submodule can itself be further extended by other “descendant” submodules.

Splitting a module into submodules may allow a programmer to reduce the source code size of the module proper.

Before submodules, this could only be done by moving code into other modules or into external procedures.

However, this moving of code was not always possible given the way the public/private attributes in Fortran work. Other modules and external procedure cannot access the private entities and components of a module - if the code to be moved accessed such an entity or component, then either the move was not possible or the private attribute needed to be removed, contrary to the original “information hiding” design of the program.

Entities in a submodule have access to the all entities and components of their ancestor module and any ancestor submodules by host association, just as if they were physically present inside the source code of their ancestors.

Depending on the Fortran processor in use, splitting a module into submodules may also reduce the time it takes to compile the entire program, by avoiding so called compilation cascades.

Ordinarily, changes to source code in the body of a module procedure require recompilation of the module hosting the procedure. For most build systems recompilation of a module then triggers recompilation of all program units that use that module, even if there has been no change in the things that the module “provides” to the program units that use it. When the recompiled program units are themselves modules, a cascade results.

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I’ve been on pursuit of less with my dotfiles.

This isn’t about me hating Oh My Zsh, it’s just about relying on less code.

Less code means less bugs. Less code usually means faster execution. It means more control. In turn, more control means more time researching and learning. More time spent figuring stuff out.

It’s not just about Oh My Zsh, either. I was using Antigen, which was loading in some stuff from Oh My Zsh. Tmux Plugin Manager for sourcing a mere 3 plugins for tmux and Vundle for my vim needs.

Four separate package managers to get my environment where I liked it.

The lolz for me was that Antigen was supposed to be the cure, but right in their documentation they walk you through loading Oh My Zsh so you can leverage their plugins.

All of this just added to the complexity of things in my opinion. I set out to get rid of all of them. Less black boxes and more understanding of things.

Oh My Zsh and Antigen… dropped.

Tmux Plugin Manager… no more.

Vundle… Since Vim8, there’s better support for plugins… so yeah, donezo.

As you may already know, my dotfiles live on Github . You know, that site that changed their header color and all the armchair designers lost their shit and the people that lack coping mechanisms started crying about how their depression was triggered.

Sorry, really needed to get that out of my system.

So yeah, I like having my dotfiles out there to share, but I also love using git to version everything. Since I am using git, I have access to git submodules which allow me to add other repositories to my dotfiles with ease.

In my eyes, that’s the majority of the value that these package managers and frameworks provide me. They make it easier to add other repositories and make it easier to update the libraries.

Sure, things are a bit more manual for me now. I have to add the repository I want to use as a submodule, then configure it to be used.

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The benefit here is that I am taking more time to look at the code I’m trying to include. Looking at the code means I’m scrutinizing the code and because of that, I’ve found that I can get away with just copying a small bit of the code and reducing the amount of bloat.

Changing the Hierarchy Axis

Changing Measures Measures are predetermined values in Power BI. Only pre-selected measures within a visual are seen at the report level when a report is shared. The solution tricks Power BI so that if you select a text value for a measure (such as total sales), you can switch it to the actual total sales measure in that dataset. Or, if you’re looking at month-to-month sales but want to look at product growth month-over-month, you can switch the measure dynamically from sales to order quantity. The solution presents a slicer of all the measures you might want to be able to dynamically switch and solves the problem of how to change the measure on the fly.

Changing Measures

Changing Visualizations Power BI has numerous ways to present data visually in a report, but it’s rare that a particular visualization type in a shared report will solve for all user needs in an organization. To prevent users from having to manipulate the dataset to suit their own needs, this solution presents a slicer for users to select from a set of visualizations. For example, one click changes the view from a Bar Chart to an Area Chart. This solution was created in much the same way as the measures solution.

Changing Visualizations

The Solutions in Action These solutions provide considerable impact and compelling new uses for Power BI in the enterprise. They save time and frustration at the end-user level from not needing to manually edit every shared report they receive. Also, they can potentially reduce the level of training required for Power BI users as they do not necessarily need to know how to edit a report they receive. These solutions also enable more productivity for users who don’t have edit rights at all as they can change the report on the fly without having to go into powerbi.com to edit the report.

The Solutions in Action

As a Power BI report creator, if you share a report with 200 people in your organization, you certainly don’t want 200 people to alter the original report. With these solutions, all 200 users can change how data is displayed in the report to meet their own needs, enabling a multitude of new routes to data viewing and interpretation within an organization, without having to devote the time and resources to create 200 different reports.

Here’s a look at all of the solutions together in action:

These solutions are available from AIM Consulting and can be tailored to clients’ specific needs to increase the productivity level of Power BI end-users and of your entire organization. They provide compelling new avenues for end-users to view and manage enterprise data in Power BI.

JJ Walia

JJ has over 7 years of experience in Data Analytics and Business Intelligence with experience in data modeling, data visualization, and web analytics. He is passionate about analyzing large volumes of data to identify criticalgapsand evaluating trends and current conditions.

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