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Our world has morphed into a world of hermits. Coronavirus pandemic has wreaked havoc globally, and it has been devastating for impoverished nations. So, while we are living like a hermit, why don’t we master a new skill and donate to make a difference in the lives of millions who are struggling during this terrible...
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Dixit’s last article on how to use parameterized variables in both QlikView and Qlik Sense generated a good bit of buzz. Many asked questions about nested parameterized variables. I thought of creating a sequel post to use new features in Qlik Sense April 2020 release to show how to nest parameterized variables using dollar-sign expansion....
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Qlik Sense mashups are web pages that allow you to embed charts from various Qlik Sense applications. Users on a web page will have the same associative experience while interacting with charts. Mashups offer immense value if you have a web page with other content along with charts from Qlik Sense applications. With a set...
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At times we come across Qlik Sense applications for which we do not have the underlying data, using which the dashboard has been developed. And we want to extract some or all the data tables from that application to be used for other use cases or dashboards. In such a case, create a table object...
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Both QlikView and Qlik Sense can interchangeably use QVD files. If you have QVD files created by QlikView and if you are embarking on Qlik Sense to develop new applications, you can leverage existing QVD files. That said, you may want to create a Qlik Sense application to show QVD metadata from all extract layer...
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Our goal with these short tips & trick videos is to shed light on the Qlik scripting and visualization concepts in a series of short videos. File Concatenation & Date Function How to Re-Use Master Items How to Set a Qlik Sense Default Page Peek() vs. Previous() Download ODAG Example QVF
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One of the ways Qlik Sense differs from QlikView is how it handles security for user access to resources and data. Access to a resource — streams, apps, app objects, data connections — requires a security rule. Simply put, a security rule allows a user to perform an action on a resource provided that the...
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Last December, I had a plumbing problem at my home, so I hired a plumber based on his reviews. It turned out that the man was deft at other repair work too! “Why don’t you advertise as a handyman?” I asked. “Plumbers make more than a handyman,” he replied. Back in mid-nineties, I finished my...
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If you have a passion for visual analytics, you have likely read some of the classic books written by Dr. Edward Tufte. In his book, The Visual Display of Quantitative Information, Dr. Tufte introduced a slope graph. source: edwardtufte.com Slopegraphs compare changes in values over the ordinal scale for two time periods.   Slope graphs...
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Many a times, I deal with a conundrum to create a table similar to a  manually formatted Excel, SSRS or BO report. One of the standard requirements I have seen is, “How can you show specific measures for certain dimension values and hide for certain dimension value?” For example, as shown in the depiction below,...
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