Hi Guys....there are four different line types in qlikview that you can use and make your line chart visually appealing and better interpretable for your end user.
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In this video, I’ve talked about how to enhance your line chart and make it more visually appealing for your end users. I’ve shown how to adopt different line style and width to make the import point stand out from the crowd of data points so that you can effectively deliver your line chart in a more meaningful way. I hope you’ll find this video useful and an addition to your learning of QlikView. -Abhishek QlikView Tutorials | QlikView Line Chart | Making it Visually Appealing in QlikView
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In this Data & Tools QlikView Tutorial video I've talked about how you can put custom labels on qlikview charts like bar chart or pie chart and make it more interpretable by you end user. Learn how to create bar chart in QlikView - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=45GAje7NrsU Learn how to create pie chart in QlikView - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WeBRQgTPM58 Learn how to create line chart in QlikView - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d8ad8PrB48g Watch playlist for complete list of videos on how to create charts in QlikView - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL6_D9USWkG1B8f7UTNfEDi9MgaL4hYXW2
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In this Data & Tools QlikView Tutorial video I've talked about how you can enhance your bar chart with the help of reference lines and then how you can further enhance the reference lines by making then dynamic. Also in this video I've given you a quiz so solve one tricky problem related to dynamic reference line and hoping to get solutions in the comments section.
Views: 2844 Abhishek Agarrwal
For Online Training Register -- http://bit.ly/2AbseDo Contact: [email protected] Online Training | Job Support | Server Access Want to Learn QlikView Online Course By Expert. QlikView Object Different Chart Type Properties Tutorials Part 2 QlikView Chart Types Tutorials Qlikview Color Charts | Year Charts | Chart Properties qlikview Order Quantity Charts | Qlikview Chart Analytics Qlikview line Charts | Qlikview Product Charts | Qlikview Data Chars Qlikview Year and Month Charts Bar Chart Tutorials Pie Chart Tutorials Combo Chart Tutorials Scatter Chart Tutorials Line Chart Tutorials Radar Chart Tutorials Grid Chart Tutorials Gauge Chart Tutorials Block Chart Tutorials Funnel Chart Tutorials Pivot Table Tutorials Straight Table Tutorials Mekko Chart Tutorials Qlikview Chart Properties Complete Tutorials Chart Properties 1.General 2.Dimensions 3.Dimension Lines 4.Expressions 5.Styles 6.Presentation 7.Colors 8.Numbers 9.Font 10.Layout 11.Caption
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Hi guys...generally we find problem while formatting y axis in qlikview as we want to format y axis values with $ sign or % sing as per the format of calculation. In this video I am showing you qlikview trick to format y axis in qlikview charts. QlikView Tips and Tricks | How to Format Y Axis in QlikView | Formatting Y Axis in QlikView
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For Online Training Register -- http://bit.ly/2AbseDo Contact: [email protected] Online Training | Job Support | Server Access Want to Learn QlikView Online Course By Expert. QlikView Chart Types | Pie Chart| Funnel | Block | Ratio Tutorials In this Video Qlikview Chart Objects Pie Chart Tutorials Funnel Chart Tutorials Block Chart Tutorials Ratio Chart Tutorials Bar Chart Tutorials Pie Chart Tutorials Combo Chart Tutorials Scatter Chart Tutorials Line Chart Tutorials Radar Chart Tutorials Grid Chart Tutorials Gauge Chart Tutorials Block Chart Tutorials Funnel Chart Tutorials Pivot Table Tutorials Straight Table Tutorials Mekko Chart Tutorials Qlikview Chart Properties Complete Tutorials Chart Properties 1.General 2.Dimensions 3.Dimension Lines 4.Expressions 5.Styles 6.Presentation 7.Colors 8.Numbers 9.Font 10.Layout 11.Caption
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For Demo Register Here : https://goo.gl/PaCUA5 Contact: [email protected] Online Training | Job Support | Server Access Want to Learn QlikView Online Course By Expert. QlikView Gauge Chart Tutorials | Scatter Chart | Grid Chart | Pivot Tutorials This Video is About .. Gauge Charts Tutorials Scatter Charts Tutorials Grid Charts Tutorials Pivot Charts Introduction Watch Complete Chart Ojects Properties Tutorials Bar Chart Tutorials Pie Chart Tutorials Combo Chart Tutorials Scatter Chart Tutorials Line Chart Tutorials Radar Chart Tutorials Grid Chart Tutorials Gauge Chart Tutorials Block Chart Tutorials Funnel Chart Tutorials Pivot Table Tutorials Straight Table Tutorials Mekko Chart Tutorials Qlikview Chart Properties Complete Tutorials Chart Properties 1.General 2.Dimensions 3.Dimension Lines 4.Expressions 5.Styles 6.Presentation 7.Colors 8.Numbers 9.Font 10.Layout 11.Caption
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This video shows you how to customize Qlik Sense apps based on your company standards. In particular you will learn how to change the background color for the sheet titles, how to change the sheet title font color, how to add and align a image, such as a logo. To learn more about Qlik Sense visit the http://help.qlik.com/
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In this data & tools qlikview tutorial video I've talked about how you change the trend line color of a qlikview chart. This video is based on a user query who has asked about how we can change the color of trendlines in a qlikview chart so thought of creating a video which will help everyone here to understand how to change the color of trend line in qlikview charts.
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Hey guys...in this QlikView tutorial video I have talked about how you can change the alternate row color of pivot table to get a better look and feel. To achieve this you can use the qlikview background color property of qlikview expression.
Views: 1063 Abhishek Agarrwal
Line chart is best used to show the trend over a period of time. In this video I've explained how to create a Line chart in QlikView. I've showed some important formatting and presentation options that may be required in your day to day activities. Going ahead, a statistical trend line is created over the actual line chart with the statistical equation and measure. I hope you'll find this video useful and an addition to your existing learning of QlikView.
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For Online Training Register -- http://bit.ly/2AbseDo Contact: [email protected] Online Training | Job Support | Server Access Want to Learn QlikView Online Course By Expert. QlikView Pivot Chart | Pivot Table | Combo Charts Properties Tutorials In this video..Covered Pivot Charts Tutorials Pivot Tables Tutorials Pivot Table Expressions Tutorials Pivot Table Functions Tutorials Combo Charts Tutorials Complete Charts Tutorials with Expressions and Functions Bar Chart Tutorials Pie Chart Tutorials Combo Chart Tutorials Scatter Chart Tutorials Line Chart Tutorials Radar Chart Tutorials Grid Chart Tutorials Gauge Chart Tutorials Block Chart Tutorials Funnel Chart Tutorials Pivot Table Tutorials Straight Table Tutorials Mekko Chart Tutorials Qlikview Chart Properties Complete Tutorials Chart Properties 1.General 2.Dimensions 3.Dimension Lines 4.Expressions 5.Styles 6.Presentation 7.Colors 8.Numbers 9.Font 10.Layout 11.Caption
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In this #qliksense tutorial video I have talked about how you can create pie chart and donut chart qliksense. #QlikSenseTutorial The pie chart displays the relation between values as well as the relation of a single value to the total. You can use a pie chart when you have a single data series with only positive values. In the pie chart, the dimensions form sectors of the measure values. A pie chart can have one dimension and up to two measures. The first measure is used to determine the angle of each slice in the chart. Optionally, a second measure can be used to determine the radius of each pie slice. This style of pie chart is also known as a rose chart. In the pie presentation of the pie chart, negative values in the radius measure are not supported and will be excluded. Negative values in the radius measure are supported in the donut presentation and will point in towards the center of the pie chart. When to use it The primary use of a pie chart is to compare a certain sector to the total. The pie chart is particularly useful when there are only two sectors, for example yes/no or queued/finished. We do not recommend that you compare the results of two pie charts with each other. Advantages The pie chart provides an instant understanding of proportions when few sectors are used as dimensions. When you use 10 sectors, or less, the pie chart keeps its visual efficiency. Disadvantages It may be difficult to compare different sectors of a pie chart, especially a chart with many sectors. The pie chart takes up a lot of space in relation to the values it visualizes. Creating a pie chart You can create a pie chart on the sheet you are editing. Do the following: From the assets panel, drag an empty pie chart to the sheet. Click Add dimension and select a dimension or a field. Click Add measure and select a measure or create a measure from a field. The following settings are used by default in a pie chart: The top 10 sectors are presented in descending size order, clockwise. Colors are presented by dimension. Value labels are presented in percent. After you have created the pie chart, you may want to add a radius measure or adjust its appearance and other settings in the properties panel.
Views: 250 Abhishek Agarrwal
Check out my Blog: http://exceltraining101.blogspot.com This video shows how to create column like markers in a line chart to highlight significant time periods of a line chart. This is a common chart you'd see when comparing the stock market to times of recession. P.S. Feel free to provide a comment or share it with a friend! #exceltips #exceltipsandtricks #exceltutorial #doughexcel
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This video shows you how to configure a reference line in your Qlik Sense visualization using a fix value or a variable. A reference line is a line intersecting the chart area from a given point on the measure axis. You can use a reference line to indicate a certain level of chart data. The reference line is only drawn if it falls within the current range of the measure axis. You can have several reference lines in the same chart. To learn more about Qlik Sense visit the http://help.qlik.com/
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Mike Tarallo from Qlik continues to make you more familiar with Qlik GeoAnalytics by demonstrating the Spatial Index Operation available with the Qlik GeoAnalyics Connector along with the Qlik GeoAnalytics extension map objects. Samples and video download available at the Qlik Community design blog here: https://community.qlik.com/blogs/qlikviewdesignblog/2018/10/10/get-familiar-with-qlik-geoanalytics-the-spatial-index-operation Previous videos and samples in this series: •Part 1 - Qlik Geocoding service: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r1bXh3c3jlA •Part 2 - Closest Operator and Line Layer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ley7BH87qXw •Part 3 - Custom Info Bubble: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XEEK9ZtpmFM •Part 4 - The Binning Operation https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FGWDcoKgHBE
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In this Session We have discussed about Straight table in-detail
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In this #qliksense tutorial video I have talked about how to add text or images in qliksense. #QlikSenseTutorial The text & image visualization complements other visualizations by offering options to add text, images, hyperlinks, and measures. You can format and color the text and align the paragraphs. The background image has sizing and positioning options. You can also set the responsive behavior for text and images. When to use it The text & image visualization is intended for presentation purposes, and does not support selections. However, the measures in the text & image visualization are updated when selections are made. Some typical uses: Use it on the first sheet of an app for essential information. Display a company image, or use a background image together with formatted text and measure values to present figures in a compelling way. Link to sites with additional information. Use the responsive behavior to ensure that the visualization renders well on all devices. Advantages The text & image visualization contrasts with the other visualizations. You have many options for making the text & image visualization stand out next to more regular charts. Disadvantages You are limited to a few measure values and rather short texts, otherwise the text & image visualization will be cluttered. Creating a text & image You can create a text & image visualization on the sheet you are editing. Do the following: From the assets panel, drag an empty text & image chart to the sheet. Click the text & image chart to open the editing toolbar. Add and format text, images, hyperlinks or measures to the text & image chart. Tip: If you double-click a text & image chart in the assets panel, it is added to the sheet immediately. Editing a text & image In the text & image visualization you can add and format text, images, measures, and links in various ways. When you are editing a sheet and the text & image visualization does not have focus, you need to click twice to open the editing toolbar. In the editing toolbar, you can format text properties such as color, size, and style, and also align the text. Additionally, you have options for adding links and images. The editing toolbar with options to format text and add links and images. Creating a link You can mark a text section and use it for a link. If you do not add a prefix, http:// is added automatically, assuming that you are adding a web address. Do the following: Select the text section that you want to use for the link. Click é in the editing toolbar to open the link dialog. Enter the web address that you want to link to. Click é. The link is created. Removing a link You can remove a link from a text section. Do the following: Click the link so that the cursor is somewhere inside it. Click é in the editing toolbar to open the link dialog. Click Ö. The link is removed, but not the text. Adding an image You can add an image through the editing toolbar. You can use one of the default images, or an image of your own. Do the following: Click 0 in the editing toolbar. The Media library opens. The following formats are supported: .png, .jpg, .jpeg, and .gif. For Qlik Sense: You can upload images to the In app folder in the media library. You need to use the Qlik Management Console to upload images to the default folder. For Qlik Sense Desktop: You can place images in the following folder on your computer: C:\Users\user\Documents\Qlik\Sense\Content\Default. Images will be available in the default folder in the media library. When moving an app between installations, the images that you use in the app are saved in the qvf file together with the app. When you open the app in a new location, for example Qlik Sense Cloud, the images will be in the In app folder in the media library for the app. Click on a folder in the media library, for example In app or Default. Select the image that you want to add. Click Insert. In the properties panel, you can add a background image, which, for example, can be used when you want to insert text in the image. The images added through the editing toolbar are not background images. Adding a measure You can add a measure in the following ways: By dragging a field from the assets panel and adding it as a measure. By dragging a measure from Master items. By adding a measure (existing or new) from the properties panel. When you are editing the measure, it is displayed as a token, which can be styled and moved around in the visualization. You can also apply number formatting to it. When you leave the editor, the measure value is displayed . Values that cannot be aggregated are shown as a hyphen (-). Deleting a measure You can delete a measure in the following ways: Place the cursor before the token and press Delete. Place the cursor after the token and press Backspace. In the properties panel, long-touch/right-click the measure and select Delete in the dialog.
Views: 216 Abhishek Agarrwal
In this session you will learn about Line/Arrow objects
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Creating charts in excel 2016 Tips and Tricks Patterns and relationships between numbers are quite often easier to admire when they're displayed in chart form. Our beginner's advisor presents step-by-step directions for growing charts in all types of Excel! An Excel chart could also be positioned within a worksheet next to the data, or positioned in a separate worksheet. Excel charts can be copied to different software packages similar to PowerPoint. Now let's be taught create charts in Microsoft Excel! Deciding upon the Chart form before determining the info you want to graph, it is important to have an inspiration of what chart kind would first-class show your information. The type of data to be charted almost always determines the chart type. If more than one chart types can be utilized for your information, decide on the chart variety in an effort to help the person high-quality visualize the patterns and relationships between the data values. The 4 most general chart forms in Excel are described under, along with the high-quality use of each chart type. A "series" is a bunch of associated values, such as "student grades" or "wide variety." For distinct descriptions of all chart types to be had in Excel, see our tutorial Excel Chart varieties: Pie, Column, Line, Bar, area, and Scatter Charts. Pie Chart photo of a pie chart shows the percentages of a entire for each member in a sequence. Great chart for evaluating values in a single series as percentages of a entire. Column Chart photo of a column chart making use of vertical columns, displays values for a number of sequence over time or different category. Primarily powerful in comparing values for a couple of sequence. The 3-D Column chart displays more than one sequence over three axes (X, Y, and Z). Bar Chart snapshot of a bar chart shows values for one or more series using horizontal columns. Although priceless for single or multiple series, this chart sort in particular strong in comparing giant quantity of values in a single series. Line Chart picture of a line chart shows values as equally spaced points linked with a line. This chart is most valuable exhibiting tendencies over time or other ordered category for single or a couple of data series. Selecting knowledge for an Excel Chart photograph of an excel spreadsheet First, opt for the cells that include the values you need shown within the chart. Click on and drag the cursor from the top left phone to the backside correct cellphone of the worksheet - including column and row headings when viable. In case your worksheet has a Totals column like in our worksheet above (e.G. 12 months), this information is most likely not charted. Non-contiguous rows and columns of cells can be chosen by means of pressing and conserving the Ctrl key even as deciding upon every team of cells. A knowledge sequence is a associated set of knowledge points. In the image above, we chosen a single sequence, vegetation. It is outlined in pink. Many chart varieties enable us to plot a couple of series. If we had selected flora, Shrubs, and trees, we would be charting three series. Create a Chart in Microsoft Excel After deciding on the cells, comply with the steps under for your variant of Microsoft Excel to create the chart. Create a Chart in Excel 2007 and more moderen types note: in the new types of Excel, hover the cursor over a chart form or sub-style on the Insert ribbon to show an outline of the chart. Click on the Insert tab. Click the chart variety from the Charts element of the ribbon. The sub-sort menu displays. Click on the preferred chart sub-kind. The chart appears on the worksheet. If you want to create a 2d chart, click someplace within the worksheet to "deselect" the present chart first, or the brand new chart will change the present chart. http://www.itfriend.cf/
In this first qliksense tutorial video of #QlikSenseCloud I have talked about the how you can get it both qliksense cloud and #qliksense desktop version. Also talked about what is the basic difference between qliksense and qlikview as well as qliksense and tableau. #QlikSense #QlikSenseTutorial Qlik Sense enables you to explore your data freely, moving along your own path to insight. You can use Qlik Sense and the Qlik Associative Engine in your enterprise, in the cloud, on your device, or embedded in your own app. Qlik Sense Cloud is an online, hosted version of Qlik Sense that enables users to create and share Qlik Sense apps. It enables users to collaborate with others and make data discoveries together. Additionally, users can access the cloud and the apps from any device, including mobile devices, with an Internet connection and a modern web browser. Qlik Sense Cloud has free and paid tiers. Qlik Sense Cloud is available from any device. You can discover and share insights securely, anywhere. You do not have to deploy or maintain any software. Create apps and visualizations using your own data, or data sets from Qlik DataMarket. With Qlik Sense Cloud Business, you can also connect to third-party data sources such as Salesforce.com and schedule automatic data refreshes. Share your apps and visualizations with other personal users in streams. You can view and interact with apps shared by other users in the streams that you follow. Share and co-author your content with a team or a workgroup. (Qlik Sense Cloud Business required). Registering to use Qlik Sense Cloud To be able to create and share apps with others using Qlik Sense Cloud, you need to create an account and log in. Do the following: Go to qlikcloud.com. Click the Register button to enter your information and create an account. After completing the registration form, you will receive an e-mail with a link to verify your address. After having done so, you can start using Qlik Sense Cloud. When you register, you are given a free Qlik Sense Cloud Basic account. This is your Personal cloud. You can also upgrade to Qlik Sense Cloud Business to enable additional functionality.
Views: 1694 Abhishek Agarrwal
QlikView Table Box is a simple table that shows the detailed information or line by line information for the selected fields / columns. Hope you'll find the given information an addition to your existing knowledge of QlikView.
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Check out my Blog: http://exceltraining101.blogspot.com This video shows how to create a quadrant and mark them for an XY scatter chart. Sure you can use the drawing tool to make the lines, but what fun would that be? Let's use a table of data to create the quadrant! P.S. Feel free to provide a comment or share it with a friend! #exceltips #exceltipsandtricks #exceltutorial #doughexcel
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This video details the VBA code need to create an Excel chart. Get the code here https://www.bluepecantraining.com/vba-to-create-charts-in-excel/ 1) How to create a chart object on the same sheet as its data 2) How to create a chart on a chart sheet 3) How to position a chart on a worksheet 4) How to size a chart's width and height 5) How to apply a chart style 6) How to add data labels 7) How to turn gridlines off 8) How to position the chart legend 9) How to axis labels visible/invisible 10) How to axis titles 11) How to set a colour for each series in your chart 12) How to format the background colour of the chart area
Views: 115 Chester Tugwell
Topics: Adding a chart component to a dashboard. Positioning a chart on the dashboard. Adding dimensions and measures to a chart. Changing the chart type to a point chart. Adding multiple measures to a chart axis. Adding multiple measures using visual coding. Displaying multiple measures on a secondary axis. Changing the color mapping for a measure. Changing the aggregation method for a measure.
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I've demonstrated a lot of simple mashups in the past. This demonstration is more along the lines of what some would call "The Real Deal." Simple iframe? Nah that's so last demo. This time I utilize a great example built by our friends at Anne Arundel Medical Center that really shows off the potential. Take Qlik Sense analytics and present it for your "data consumers" using your custom style sheets, your look and feel, your page size, following your interface guidelines. Of course as the Qlik Dork I have to show you behind the scenes how it works.
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"Help our system has fallen and it can't get up." Perhaps they don't word it just that way but I hear from customers frequently who are struggling to get a handle on QlikView environments that aren't performing as expected. One of the tools that I strongly recommend is from Rob Wunderlich (aka QlikView Cookbook) and is aptly named "The Document Analyzer." http://qlikviewcookbook.com/recipes/download-info/document-analyzer/ You simply point the tool at any of your QVW files and let it go to work. It will show you amazing information to help you improve performance which of course will provide a better end user experience. Take a look at the capabilities and then get cooking.
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Change the color scheme of the pivot chart to Color 11.Want more? Then download our TEST4U demo from https://www.test4u.eu/en/demo TEST4U provides an innovative approach to learning. Ignore the boring e-courses and use a new, interactive tool like 700 000 satisfied users did. TEST4U is an automated test which cooperates with the actual applications and can be used to prepare the students for certification exams (e.g. Microsoft-Certiport, ECDL/ICDL, DIPLOMA etc.) and train and assess employees. More on https://www.test4u.eu/en/demo
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In this Data & Tools QlikView video I've talked about how you can use QlikView triggers to export and append data in the existing CSV file and eliminate the requirement of creating new file with every export. Learn about other qlikview triggers topics in the videos below as well as other qlikview topics like charts etc after triggers. How to create triggers in QlikView - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OJgxnSKC3YM How to use select in field trigger in qlikview - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9vKN4-FgXZE How to use Select excluded field trigger in QlikView - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LBLq2Q9ag3A How to use select possible trigger in QlikView - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LBLq2Q9ag3A How to use toggle trigger in QlikView - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LBLq2Q9ag3A How to use Back trigger in qlikview - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LBLq2Q9ag3A How to use forward trigger in QlikView - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LBLq2Q9ag3A How to use pareto select trigger in QlikView - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wvA2clWBp4U How to use Lock Field Trigger in QlikView - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z_dNJ89ZyKg How to use clear field Trigger in QlikView - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z_dNJ89ZyKg How to use Layout Trigger in QlikView - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f5IIfscn4sk How to use bookmark trigger in QlikView - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XqazQdPtD3o How to create Gauge chart in QlikView - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WEE2pE68Ims How to do simple data reduction in QlikView - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0NC-IgkIb5w How to apply password to a QlikView file - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G7e0cRMvrkM How to create input field in QlikView - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O8SdNXGUDHc Introduction of QlikSense - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fTjSzFK99LA&t=33s How to do buffer load in QlikView - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aMrrEC3QOFg How to make visually appealing Line Chart in QlikView - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YcEN8cWlRSU How to create heatmap in QlikView - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bxFrlwB9FQc How to create magic quadrant chart in QlikView - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xxaRT2m4Fts How to use peek and previous function in QlikView - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WwoCepEYrsQ How to use above and below functions in QlikView - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xTfGd2h6-q0 How to use before and after functions in QlikView - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pl7AmhwW0yk How to use Pick function with fieldindex and getfieldselection function in QlikView - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NOHswHU8mco How to custom format a pivot table cell in QlikView - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jjze0niGpQc How to reduce data of a field for a particular user in QlikView - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QRxGP02LvDM How to remove data field for a particular user in QlikView - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SfFbM8xQfis How to setup component level security in QlikView - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_5SNY_UZBtQ How to setup document level security in QlikView - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k8fuzg6DFac How to set up sheet level security in QlikView - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qMsTaFD3ql0 How to use statistical techniques in QlikView - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-n5znlu8AJI How to calculate average value in QlikView - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=arERnJrEob0 Hot to calculate standard deviation in QlikView - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2MJWaFxBF7o Empirical rule in QlikView - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PAPtnugnAv4 Case study of average and variation of data in QlikView - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LithVdvaGvw How to calculate skewness in QlikView - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aIV_oGAN_vQ How to create box and whisker plot in QlikView - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=euy7YSDIr48 How to calculate correlation and covariance in QlikView - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gPahztV2URw Correlation case study in QlikView - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lI2Uh9W4VJA How to learn a business intelligence tool - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uwDRqBbB4jQ&t=1s 7 Habits of highly effective qlikview developers - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6KVsTKMBc94&t=2s What are the QlikView advance features and functions - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rN3PMePHvaE How to use only function in QlikView - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vPBSYklRi6Q How to use interval match function in QlikView - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tKN99DdwoQE How to tackle slowly changing dimensions in QlikView - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mgHUWdrwR7M&t=25s How to do resident load in Qlikview - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oWFWUL69elI&t=138s How to do incremental load in QlikView - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=veMG0eFcy3k How to create hierarchies in QlikView - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dTQo0qWwpH8 How to do text to columns in QlikView - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m5h70rj629g
Views: 2934 Abhishek Agarrwal
This video shows you how to add a formula to insert the the total revenue and how to add a formula to calculate the revenue vs last year revenue in a Qlik NPrinting PixelPerfect report. To learn more about Qlik NPrinting visit - http://help.qlik.com/en-US/nprinting/
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Color plots may look nice, but you will need your plot in black and white if you are going to submit it to a journal (plus color charts don't get you more marks for a dissertation, and in my opinion don't look as good as those in black and white). So instead of colors, you will need instead patterns. Watch and see how this is done. Won't take long.
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Avon Products, Inc. - AVP Stock Chart Technical Analysis for 01-31-2019 Subscribe to My MAIN Channel Here: https://www.youtube.com/claytrader/ Free Guide - The 5 Tools I Use To Find Stocks To Trade: https://claytrader.com/lp/Free-Guide-Trading-Tools/?utm_source=social&utm_medium=youtube&utm_campaign=resource%20guide Learn how to read stock charts and identify technical patterns as ClayTrader does a quick stock chart review on Avon Products, Inc. (AVP). Watch more AVP Technical Analysis Videos: https://claytrader.com/stock_chart/AVP/ The Stock Trading Reality Podcast - https://claytrader.com/podcast/ ClayTrader.com and its employees are not a Registered Investment Advisor, Broker Dealer or a member of any association for other research providers in any jurisdiction whatsoever and we are not qualified to give financial advice. Investing/trading in securities is highly speculative and carries an extremely high degree of risk.
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You can show multiple measures as a dimension in order to compare the measures side by side in a trellis chart. In this tutorial, you will create a trellis chart showing category data for three different measures. Visit us at http://www.sap.com/LearnBI to view our full catalog of interactive SAP BusinessObjects BI Suite tutorials.
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#TableauTipTuesday: How to Create a Combination Chart with Overlapping Bars & a Line
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Check out my Blog: http://exceltraining101.blogspot.com This video show you how to create a column chart that has different, variable widths. There are also a lot of other tricks I show here on searching/replacing. P.S. Feel free to provide a comment or share it with a friend! ---------------------------------- #exceltips #exceltipsandtricks #exceltutorial #doughexcel #exceltips #exceltipsandtricks #exceltutorial #doughexcel
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Please watch: "QlikView for Beginners - FREE QlikView Training Course" → https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SdsIYH-DYJg -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- http://techstuffybooks.com - To learn more about Qlik Sense QlikView is a great product and you might be wondering why you should learn Qlik Sense. Here are a few reasons why I think it is worth spending your time learning Qlik Sense: •You like some of the features such as Storytelling that are in Qlik Sense but not in QlikView. •You find the responsive design of Qlik Sense that rearranges objects such as tables\charts depending on the size of the screen very useful. •You are an IT freelancer\contractor and want to stay ahead of the game and be prepared for any opportunities that come when companies need someone with Qlik Sense experience to help migrate their QlikView applications. •Although the line from Qlik is that is that they have a dual product strategy the emphasis is most definitely on the Qlik Sense product. •Qlik Sense is aimed more at a self-service style of business intelligence where users are encouraged to create their own charts \ tables where they do not already exist. Whereas QlikView which is described as ‘guided analytics’ generally involved more input from IT to make changes when used within a work environment.
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