Blog posts from our network of speakers

One of the great strengths of Qlik is its simplicity and accessibility, and there is a lot of valuable material publicly available designed to get you up and running with the program. What is a lot harder to find is targeted tuition tailored for the intermediate and advanced level. Much of the support provided for more specialized problem solving comes from knowledge shared throughout the informal ‘Qlik community’ of online forums and blogs, and many users do not realize the vast potential of the platform.

RSS Qlikview Cookbook

  • Exploring Data Lineage with NodeGraph April 18, 2018
    In the Qlik world, we are frequently faced with questions like: Where did this field come from? What applications (if any) use this QVD? If I change this database table, what applications will be affected? Am I creating QVDs that are not being consumed? I’ve maintained a QlikView lineage application for my customers over the […]
    Rob Wunderlich
  • AutoNumber vs AutoNumberHash128 April 15, 2018
    Summary:  AutoNumberHash128(A, B) runs about 30% faster than AutoNumber(A &’-‘ & B). It’s a common practice to use the script AutoNumber() function to reduce the storage required for large compound keys in a Qlik data model. For example: AutoNumber(A & '-' & B) as %KeyField As a standard practice, we generally include a separator like […]
    Rob Wunderlich
  • Qonnections 2018 April 10, 2018
    Are you going to Qonnections in Orlando April 23?   I’ll be there and presenting three breakout sessions.  In addition to checking in with colleagues and hearing about what’s new, here are some things I’m looking forward to: Hearing from the new Leadership team Qlik Core! Learning more about subscription pricing Freakonomics! I’ll be presenting three […]
    Rob Wunderlich

RSS The Qlik Fix!

  • SenseTheme: Theme Builder for Qlik Sense March 20, 2018
    TL;DR: check out SenseTheme. At Bitmetric, my colleagues and I regularly meet after work to investigate and experiment with interesting methods and technologies, share knowledge and generally shoot the breeze (we’re all at different client sites during the week, so it’s a good time to catch up). The topic of our last meetup was Qlik Sense […]
    Barry Harmsen
  • Qlik named a leader in the 2018 Magic Quadrant March 2, 2018
    Qlik has been named a Leader in the 2018 Magic Quadrant for Business Intelligence and Analytics Platforms for the 8th consecutive year. Although Tableau and Microsoft seem to have expanded their lead, Qlik has made some excellent progress along the “Completeness of vision” axis. With all the cool stuff that is coming up in the […]
    Barry Harmsen
  • Qlik introduces Professional and Analyzer licenses for Qlik Sense February 19, 2018
    As of today, Qlik has changed to a new licensing model for Qlik Sense. To those of you who’ve been around the Qlik ecosystem a little longer, this change will sound very familiar. Read on for a short summary of the most interesting changes. The Qlik Sense Token model is replaced with Professional and Analyzer […]
    Barry Harmsen

RSS Q-Tips

  • News: Natural Synergies is partnering up with Analytics 10 February 8, 2018
    Natural Synergies, Inc., a North American BI consulting firm, is proud to announce its new partnership with Chilean BI firm Analytics10. Analytics10 is one of the leading BI consulting companies that focuses on the Qlik® platform and delivers Qlik® Business Intelligence solutions in Chile, Brazil, Mexico, and across Latin America. Analytics10 Academy provides specialized training...
    Oleg Troyansky
  • Q-Tip #17 – The Curious Case of a Wildcard Load and a Join May 9, 2017
    It’s been a while since I had a chance to write a blog article… I can’t complain though, because preparing and delivering the Masters Summit for Qlik in Munich was a lot of fun. I also took a few days off and jumped to Prague, which was awesome! Interesting discovery (at least to myself) – in Prague,...
    Oleg Troyansky
  • Q-Tip #16 – What’s Special About Those Derived Fields December 20, 2016
    Ever since the introduction of Derived Fields in Qlik Sense, I was curious – what’s so special about them? Are they different from any other fields that are stored in your data set? Are they stored or calculated on the fly? Do they work equally well in Chart dimensions, in Filters, and in Set Analysis...
    Oleg Troyansky