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With limited real estate, showing legend for each chart may not be a good idea, especially if you are trying to increase the data-ink. Data-ink was a term coined by Dr. Edward Tufte. The idea is to increase the number of pixels that tell the data stories effectively. One of the issues user face —...
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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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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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Stephen Few is undoubtedly an expert in the field of data visualization. He has an uncanny ability to articulate his viewpoints on how to use charts to tell a compelling data story. Obviously, he is not a fan of dessert or candy charts, such as pies or donuts. In this article, he has eloquently argued...
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  Qlik Sense offers various APIs for web development. Arguably, the most useful API is the capability API. You can create mashups easily and integrate mashups into another web application. Having said that, one of the hurdles you will face is to find object id of a chart that you want to add into your...
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  Application security in Qlik Sense relies on attribute-based access control(ABAC) for resource access such as streams, applications, and even sheets and charts. Section Access performs column and row-level dynamic data reduction. Section Access works both in QlikView and Qlik Sense. However, there are nuances of difference worth considering. For example, Qlik Sense requires UserID...
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  In both Qlik Sense and QlikView, dollar-sign expansions play an essential role. If you define a variable in the application to store an expression — since the expression then can be used in multiple charts — you can use dollar-sign expansion first to expand the expression text and then the parser evaluates that expression....
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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...
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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...
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Qlik Sense is a powerful self-service analytics tool. It allows you to build a data model by bringing data from diverse data sources using data manager without writing a single line of a script. That’s fabulous! But, what if you have to deal with common data challenges such as synthetic keys and circular reference? It...
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