Cross report is a useful technique for analyzing data, so it is widely used in almost all fields' web report design. In a cross report, target data is located at the cross point of left and top grouping dimensions. Therefore, users can analyse data with multiple dimensions easily in a cross summary report.
By presenting data in a spreadsheet-like grid, a crosstab lets users view summary data instead of a long series of rows and columns. For example, in a sales application you might want to summarize the quarterly unit sales of each product. However, it is not easy to make a cross report with common reporting tools.
While other programmers are frustrated in making web cross report, the users of RAQ Report
can make a beautiful cross summary report in one minute.
For specific operations of making a cross report, you can refer to RAQ Report IDE -- Help -- User Tutorials -- Junior Tutorial -- Chapter 7 Cross Report.