Category Archives: Visualization

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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Neatly Visualize a Year of Data

How to solve a common visualization challenge with the help of an unlikely ally: the humble radar chart.

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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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Better QlikView Trend Lines

Build your own completely customizable trend lines in QlikView!

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Red and Green: When Should Callout Colors Actually Be Used?

Take a look at any dashboard, or at any other part of most BI applications, and you will, almost universally, see a predominance of red, green, or other “callout” colors that are used to draw a user’s attention. We have … Continue reading

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