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PerformancePoint Expression Language Reference

The PerformancePoint Expression Language (PEL) is used to write business rules that automate operations and calculate performance data for a financial model.

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About PerformancePoint Expression Language

Contains overview information about PEL, and includes comparisons of PEL to MDX.

PEL syntax elements

Contains descriptions of the PEL language elements, such as expressions, types, variables, and operators.

PEL reference

Contains detailed reference information about PEL functions, statements, and operators.

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