Developer Teaching QlikView /en

Lesson 11 – complex data presentation


In this lesson we get to know more complex data diagrams, which are properly suited for “intergroup” analysis.


Trellis graphs serve the same visualization with a uniform scale to visualize different categories.

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You can decide yourself which dimensions you want to “distinguish”.

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In the advanced settings you can define the quantity per column and line.

 Tables with conditioanl formatting

Keep in mind, these visualizations ONLY work with the graph type “Table”!

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This form of visualization has proven it’s worth “exclusively” for power-useers. Otherwise the information density would be too high to keep track.


Also ONLY possible with graph type “table”. Exception: you can also integrate these so called “mini-diagrams” in a listbox.

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  • Build a simple Dashboard with 5 or less than 5 KPIs.
  • Look out for all the “mischiefs” and eliminate them.

We advise you to orient yourself with modern “CSS-Web-Frameworks”. For example – Microsoft Metro UI or Twitter Bootstrap.

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