Join Curt Frye for an in-depth discussion in this video Surveying the available chart types, part of Up and Running with QlikView.
- QlikView 11 lets you create a wide range of charts,…from simple bar and line charts…to combination grid and funnel charts.…In this movie, I will summarize…the different types of charts available to you…and when you might want to use them.…The first two chart types I'll cover…are the bar chart and the line chart.…In a bar chart, which is a very common type,…every x-axis value, such as a state or other category,…corresponds to a bar.…The height of the bar represents the y-axis value,…which is a number such as sales.…
A line chart represents each x-axis value as a dot,…and the total of sales or some other number…as the height of that dot on the y, or vertical, axis.…Line charts are often used to display data over time.…A combination chart is a combination…of the line and bar chart…that's used to show two data series.…These can be useful, but I found that mixing data series…can be visually confusing.…So I tend to create two separate charts…instead of a single combination chart.…
Next, there is the radar chart,…which is a variation of the line chart,…
- Installing QlikView
- Setting user preferences and document properties
- Creating visualizations
- Adding objects like List boxes, Multi boxes, and containers
- Adding, deleting, and moving sheets
- Sorting and filtering QlikView data
- Creating charts and pivot tables
Skill Level Beginner
1. Introducing QlikView
2. Managing Data Sources and Visualizations
3. Managing QlikView Sheets and Files
4. Creating Charts and Summaries in QlikView
5. Creating and Manipulating Pivot Tables
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