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There is nothing impossible under the Sun if you are a Qlik developer. Okay, that’s a bit of an exaggeration, but a skilled Qlik developer can indeed do magic! You may scramble to deal with multiple date fields in other tools, but not with Qlik if you know how to. In our upcoming webinar, we will show you a practical approach to get certified, so join now as it is...
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We live in a world in which machine learning is at the core of the fourth industrial revolution. Basics Linear regression is one of the simplest and most widely used machine learning techniques. There are a plethora of practical applications of linear regression. For example, obesity can be used to predict the chances of developing type 2 diabetes. Or, a student’s GPA can be predicted based on the number of...
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Qlik Sense and QlikView are both versatile tools. They are known for providing insight-driven visual analytics applications that your end-users can interact with and quickly find key trends and outliers. But, you can even leverage Qlik Sense or QlikView for building predictive models. If you are in disbelief, read on! I recently came across an article that articulated the relationship between teenage pregnancy and the poverty rate in America. Some...
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QlikView developers still miss some of the handy QlikView features in Qlik Sense. For instance, you can create a cyclic group of dimensions in QlikView, but you can’t in Qlik Sense. You may argue that an alternative dimension is an indirect solution for the cyclic dimensions in Qlik Sense. Naah! You can add alternate dimensions for each chart, but you can’t create a master item. Also, you can’t add alternate...
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It’s been a few short months since we launched Analyticshub.io and we thank you for your support. Our commitment is to create quality content that you can apply at your next Qlik project. Our approach is simple — we want to call it a “deep dive” approach so that we can create smaller courses that let you deep dive into a specific domain area and help you master it by...
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