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

  • Data Browser Tricks June 11, 2020
    Summary: I demonstrate my latest “Data Browser” sheet for use in Qlik data modeling. Download here. Today I want to share the latest version of my “Data Browser” sheet. What’s a “Data Browser”? It’s my name for something you may already have. The ubiquitous “System Sheet” or sometimes “Profiler” where you may have listboxes or charts utilizing the system fields “$Field”, […]
    Rob Wunderlich
  • QViewer Version 4 is Here June 3, 2020
    QViewer, the ubiquitous QVD file viewer,  has received a major update. In addition to the fast and beautiful QVD viewing and filtering you are used to, V4 introduces “Folder View”. Folder View allows you to work with folders and subfolders of QVDs, viewing details and opening QVDs from the list. Here’s what the new Folder […]
    Rob Wunderlich
  • Creating Temporary Script Associations March 4, 2020
    Summary: I review using Join, Lookup() and ApplyMap() as script techniques  to calculate using fields from multiple tables. I ultimately recommend ApplyMap(). Qlik charts  can calculate values on the fly, using fields from multiple tables in the model.  The associative model takes care of navigating (joining) the correct fields together.  Our expression syntax doesn’t  identify what table a field exists in […]
    Rob Wunderlich

RSS The Qlik Fix!

  • SenseTheme Premium – QlikWorld discount June 22, 2020
    If you’ve been working with Qlik Sense for a while, then you may have come across SenseTheme, our free, online editor to create custom themes for Qlik Sense. Every week, hundreds of themes are created and downloaded using this tool. Did you know we also offer a premium version? While we offer a lot of […]
    Barry Harmsen
  • Implementing section access based on Qlik Sense user table. June 19, 2020
    Welcome to my third Blog post, which will be a basic tutorial of how to setup section access for your Qlik Sense application, based on the Qlik Sense user table. This approach, created together with my colleague Martijn Olivier, is straight forward to implement in various occasions. My aim is not to over complicate it […]
    Vincent Hayward
  • Auto AutoNumber your key fields September 27, 2019
    A quick note on a cool feature that I recently learned from Oleg Troyansky: AutoNumber. I hear you thinking: “What? You didn’t know about AutoNumber? It’s been around for years. Hand over your Luminary badge!“. Admittedly, this is also what I thought when I hear Oleg mention it but it turned out that I misunderstood. […]
    Barry Harmsen

RSS Q-Tips

  • 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
  • Q-Tip # 19 – Insights, Anyone? January 21, 2019
    Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning – these buzzwords are now all over the press, the Internet and social media. In the process of outsourcing everything possible, we are now actively outsourcing human intelligence, replacing it with machines. Oh wait, that sounded wrong. Perhaps we are just trying to make our work easier and more productive, constantly […]
    Oleg Troyansky