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It’s not a bar chart!

Every professional is as good as his toolset and as a QlikView developer, there’s always room for one more trick under your sleeve. Today I will show you one of the most powerful –yet underused– chart for analyzing data: the histogram. Even though it is easy to create it I […]

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Know your reloads!

QVDs are –without any doubts– one of the best parts in QlikView. They are small, super-fast and allow us to use data more efficiently. Most of the developers out there already have some sort of template for loading information from multiple sources and storing them in QVDs, but last week […]

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Calendar View

Last week a customer asked me for a simple –but quite friendly– visualization for the daily sales. These guys are in the fast food business, and their operational supervisors (one on each restaurant across the country) needed a general overview of the daily behavior of the sales, orders and average […]

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Countdown

In today’s post, I want to share a simple / not incredibly useful app that I use very often as a QlikView trainer. In my courses, I like to guide most of the exercises step by step and give tips and tricks as we encounter new functions or objects. However, […]

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Filtering / Reducing data using keep prefix

There are plenty features of QlikView that are either underrated or many users don’t know about them at all. The Keep prefix is one of those QlikView hidden treasures. When filtering tables according to data contained in another table, there’s a well-known function called exists(). However, this post demonstrates that there […]

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Just Qlik it: Simple Maps

Today’s ‘Just Qlik it’ focuses on using simple maps in QlikView. I’ve been playing with this kind of objects in Qlik Sense recently and I thought it would be good to remember how we created these cartographic visualizations in the old days. As the ancient masters taught us, before Qlik Sense, GeoQlik and […]

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Just Qlik it: Double Gauge

‘Just Qlik it’ is a new section of our blog that focuses on sharing useful components… that kind of objects that are not incredibly complex, but are easy on the eye and convenient to have around. On our first delivery, I’d like to share a double gauge that gets along pretty […]

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