If your users would like to see relative rankings between, for example customers or industries, over time this is your chart to go with. It displays the relative rank movement over time for any dimension you define as important. Questions like: “How does the league of my best customers evolve?” can be answered by analyzing these ranking trends over time.
Okay. Our first release of the .Next platform is here. “Sense”. I just came back from a vacation and was really excited to hear from my colleagues that Sense released it’s first version. Superb! So this month, somewhere, I will dive into some nice examples on what to do with it. All of you already […]
Sometimes I write “I’ll be posting this or that somewhere in the future…” But actually my activities get distracted a lot by what I see and experience every day. Recently this again is the case. I’ve been quite interested in the ‘Quantified Self’ hype which is going on lately. I find it interesting to put ‘my’ […]
Using heatmaps in a pivottable is one of the alternatives you come across a lot. But what if you want to use an alternative to that for whatever reason? With this post I will give you a QlikView app that shows how to do this with a mekko chart, a chart that isn’t used that […]
Designing a dashboard takes some thinking upfront, sketches/wireframes/mockups are often used before we come up with a first prototype of any dashboard design and implementation. I often start with writing down a table of content (sitemap) for a design. For me this helps me to see what I actually should take into account for adding […]
In this tutorial you will learn about the creation and value of a grid heat chart. To be able to develop this chart we advice you to download the necessary QlikView file, it can be found at: http://qlikshow.com/Qlik/Exercise app.qvw Introduction Spotting seasonal trends will in most cases be done with a line chart. But in […]
Geocoding and visualizing data on maps is a hot topic these days. In this tutorial I will explain how to get longitude and latitude coordinates from a geocoding API and use those to visualize data in QlikView. With this post I also post a zip file with some assets that you’ll use to get started […]
In this tutorial you will learn about the creation and value of a chart that is set up for comparison (benchmarking). To be able to develop this chart we advice you to download the necessary QlikView file, it can be found at: http://qlikshow.com/Qlik/Exercise app.qvw Introduction Benchmarking is simply the comparison of one organization’s practices and […]