Introduction to Git for Qlikview people

Basically Git is change control for your working directory. It is platform independent, you can install it on Windows, Linux, Mac whatever… and these people will all be able to work together using GIT. You can use GIT with a command line or with an application: Why do I need »

Introduction to Bootstrap for Qlikview people

This post may be of interest to you if you want to do a branded layout in Qlik Sense. With Qlikview it was very easy to throw a layout together and use show hide conditions to make intuitive layouts. Qlikview people often comment that Sense is more restrictive, or somehow »

What is a mashup?

A **mashup ** is a web page that uses content from more than one source to create a single new service displayed in a single graphical interface. In the context of Qlik this means we can combine the powerful Qlik Sense data modelling engine with any type of visualisation and keep »

Creating a combined Qlikview and Qlik Sense access point

In places where Qlikview is already alive you may want to give your users a single place for them to access both types. This can be done using this project on Qlik Branch: This is one approach for handling »

Qlik Sense D3 Visualisation Example Library

Here are some great examples of D3 inside of Qlik Sense: This is the github repository: This is the Qlik Branch project page: Worth taking a »

Do a fuzzy search on a value with Qlik Wildmatch function

There are lots times in Qlik Sense and Qlikview where you want to be able to search a value for a particular string. Some people might call this semantic analysis, some people might call it a fuzzy lookup, either way it is very easy to do. // // // ]]>// <![CDATA[ // ]]> »

Qlik Sense class function

The class function enables you to group numeric values into buckets that you can then use as a dimension in a chart. Imagine you have the following data table: NameAgeBob32Ellie55Fred5Steve20Say you want to group these users into age buckets of 10 years. So 0 to 10, 11 to 20, 21 »