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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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Happy New Year! Let’s face it — many of Qlik developers know SQL. Is knowing SQL(Structured Query Language) essential to become a Qlik developer? Maybe. It’s a two-edged sword — SQL knowledge gives them a competitive advantage over someone who has no technical experience. Still, it can also pose some challenges when you want to...
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