You can build a module with dimensions such as Time, Versions, and lists. Insert line items to measure your data, such as Revenue, or Cost of sales. Then, you can configure a module to suit its purpose.
For example, the Profit and Loss module below has Time on columns and line items on rows. It also has the Countries list and Versions on pages.
|Jan 21||Feb 21||Mar 21||Q1 FY21|
|Cost of Sales||72,737||73,870||73,026||219,633|
It's best practice to organize your modules into three categories: input, driver, and output. Use these modules for data entry, to calculate values, and for reporting purposes, respectively.
Each module has a role to play in the processing of data in a model: data input, export, mapping, or staging.
Create and manage your modules in Modules in the model settings bar. To open a module in your model, select a module, then select Open.