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“A method of summarizing data, used both to store data for high-speed retrieval and to browse summarized data. A hyper cube represents subtotals across multiple dimensions, where each dimension is one side of the cube. For example, a crosstabulation is a two-dimensional cube that contains subtotals for dimensions by rows and columns. A three-dimensional cube would add a depth dimension. Hyper cubes can have any number of dimensions, but most tools focus on displaying values for two dimensions at a time in a table.”

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