I so much like all these new capabilities with Qlik Sense since the last few years, I’m so often confused where to put my interests. Take for example Picasso JS, very cool stuff. The examples just give it away already what could be achieved on top of native Qlik Sense capabilities. So Picasso is something […]
In most of my presentations I often showcase the logical relationships in a KPI framework. The way data can be analysed using these models is often a good thing to consider in your overall design of an analytics solution. This post is just about that. Visualizing the hierarchy that can exist in a dataset or KPI […]
Before I continue my ‘next post’ on Web Dashboards, I want this post to go first. This post will cover a topic I’ve been working on involving Twitter data and the relationships in that data. Many of you probably know this type of visualization already, the network visualization. As in an earlier post on doing […]
There are a lot of different ways to visualize data. Of course there are preferred methods for doing so. This post is not necessarily about those practices, but more on the alternatives. I expect some comments on this post because of that ;). With this post I want to talk about time-series and trending alternatives. […]
I really enjoy listening to music. And if people ask me what I listen to I most of the times struggle with a real solid answer. This is because of the diversity of artists that I like to play. And most of the times my answer will be “I listen to rock, blues and bluesrock for […]
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 […]
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 […]