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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.

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  • QSDA Pro 1.7 is Released, What’s New? April 10, 2022
    QSDA Pro 1.7 is Released. So What’s New? The QLIKLOGIN connection method allows your QSDA users to connect to Qlik Sense using the same login process they use for the Hub — Windows, SAML, whatever. After logging in, user “Sally” will see only her apps — the same list Sally would see in the Qlik […]
    Rob Wunderlich
  • Expression as Left Side of Set Modifier March 24, 2022
    Can I use an expression as the “fieldname” in a Set Modifier? In “” can “x” be an expression? I always believed the answer to be “No”, x may only be a field name. That understanding is reinforced by what I read in the help doc for “set modifier”. Yesterday I was surprised to discover […]
    Rob Wunderlich
  • How to Segment QVD Files March 8, 2022
    Summary: In this post I discuss when you may want to segment or “shard” QVD files and demonstrate some script patterns for producing and consuming segmented QVDs. I recently received a question from a colleague who knew that I had done a lot of work with Qlik QVD files. He asked, “what’s the optimal size […]
    Rob Wunderlich

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  • Webinar: Retail Analytics at IKEA May 24, 2022
    The growth of e-commerce during the pandemic Something completely different from our usual posts, on Thursday June 9th at 3 PM CET we’re organizing a webinar about Retail Analytics at IKEA: “The growth of e-commerce during the pandemic”. Discover how the Covid pandemic became a turning point and helped this global furniture company accelerate it’s e-commerce growth. Speakers Bert Ipema […]
    Bitmetric Admin
  • Bitmetric Friday Qlik Test Prep – Week 19 – Wildmatch May 20, 2022
    Every Friday at Bitmetric we’re posting a new Qlik certification practice question to our LinkedIn company page. Last Friday we asked the following Qlik Data Architect certification practice question: The correct answer is D: Finland, New Zealand and Poland Many times you will have to do some form of data transformation to deliver the required results. […]
    Bitmetric Admin
  • Bitmetric Friday Qlik Test Prep – Week 18 – Subset ratio May 20, 2022
    Every Friday at Bitmetric we’re posting a new Qlik certification practice question to our LinkedIn company page. Last Friday we asked the following Qlik Data Architect certification practice question: The correct answer is C: 28% of the CustomerID’s have never placed an order To validate and check the quality of the data model which you have […]
    Bitmetric Admin

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  • Q-Tip #22 – Improve your Wordle game with Qlik Sense February 8, 2022
    Welcome back to Qlik Sense Q-Tips, it’s been a while… If reading technical blogs is your idea of fun, then you have likely heard about Wordle, and you probably cherish your impeccable winning streak. Just in case you’ve been living under a rock, here is a quick rundown… Once a day the Gods of Wordle […]
    Oleg Troyansky
  • Q-Tip #21 – AUTONUMBER, so old, so new! November 19, 2019
    Hi there! Long time no talk… As you can imagine, I’ve been busy – Master Summits for Qlik, my own “QlikView Your Business” master classes, etc etc etc… Plus, it’s not too often that we see something so interesting and so exciting that warrant a blog article. Maybe I’m not looking hard enough… Anyway, speaking […]
    Oleg Troyansky
  • Q-Tip #20 – Showing All Values in Qlik Sense March 18, 2019
    Those of us old enough to have used QlikView will remember a feature that allows showing all dimension values in a chart, even if there were zeroes or no data for those values. In Qlik Sense, unfortunately, there is no such feature. After a bit of tinkering, though, I found a solution for this. And […]
    Oleg Troyansky