Category Archives: Tips & Tricks

Tug of War: When 100% is Not Really 100%

Adding new customer opportunities to market share visualizations.

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Hanging Rootograms & Chandelier Plots

Meet the little-known cousins of the histogram!

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Top N: We Can Do Better

The case for showing slices of data more intelligently.

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Violin Plots: What They Are and Why You Should Care

Continuing our series on little-known charts and how to implement them in QlikView!

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Dots & Lollipops

Easily create dot plots and lollipop plots in QlikView!

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The Correct Way to Compare QTD to the Previous Quarter

How leveraging simple math tricks can dramatically increase the accuracy of your Quarter to Date (QTD) versus Previous/Prior Quarter to Date (PQTD) comparisons.

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Saving on Clicks: Selectively Recovering the QlikView Session Components Your Users Care About

Leverage the power of inputfields to automatically take each user back to the views/selections he or she uses most. This tip is sure to win you popularity contests!

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Bypassing QlikView Section Access

Today we are going to learn one very simple technique for bypassing QlikView Section Access security.

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Drop Early, Drop Often

Don’t wait until the end of your QlikView load script to drop temporary tables—get rid of them as soon as possible and reap rewards in the form of memory, CPU, and time savings!

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Displaying Multiple Non-Consecutive Date Ranges in QlikView

A modular, plug-and-play approach to displaying beautiful multiple non-consecutive date ranges in QlikView!

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