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Webinar Recording: Simplifying Visual Analytics, BI Self-Service, and Reporting

Please contact us for more information about how we can help with Data Warehouse Design/Development, Business Intelligence and Analytics related services: 614-505-0770 or email us at sales@resultdata.com. About the Webinar: A one-hour Webinar that was presented on April 25th, 2017 about the challenges and options associated with implementing a unified data analytics and reporting platform. This […]

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Qlikview – Inputbox as a filter

Recently, I was working with a client who wanted to make it easier for end users to be able to do complex associative searches in a list box. A few examples of how associative searches can be used in order of increasing complexity: 1) Search for all Suppliers whose name starts with the letter S […]

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Benchmarking QlikView Load Script Strategies

I recently worked on a project that involved improving the performance of a user developed QlikView document load script. The problem I was told was that the reload took approximately 12 hours to complete. The request that I received was to examine the document and improve the data model and load strategy. One issue that […]

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Qlikview Developer Macros

When I am designing a Qlikview application, I often create a sheet that is essentially a draft area. It’s a place where I can drop text boxes, list boxes, and all manner of items that have nothing to do with the actual dashboard. This sheet is just for me to run tests and validations; I […]

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Improving Qlikview Export Quality Image

I was at the Ohio Qlik User Group meeting today and saw a very interesting presentation from Mike Czerwonky that I thought should be shared with our readers. For the longest time, users have been copying static images of charts/graphs from Qlik into PowerPoint, Excel, emails, etc… With the goal of sharing information with other […]

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Qlikview QVD loop

Sometimes I need to pull in a long list of tables or views and I want to pull in all the fields available to me. A fast and easy way to do this is by simply looping through all of them with load ‘*’ (all). The names of the tables or views being pulled should […]

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