Qlik Sense for Beginners

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TechStuffy Books, Sep 13, 2014 - Computers - 242 pages
Want to learn Qlik Sense?   Do you want to learn the next generation of data visualization software called Qlik Sense?   Start to explore your data with personalized visualizations…   Business intelligence has changed a lot in recent years and qlik have provided a revolutionary product to meet these changes head on.   Qlik Sense will allow you to create dynamic dashboards to explore data in ways you didn't think were possible. You will be able to analyse your data so you can make informed decisions that help you reach your goals.   With the book 'Qlik Sense for Beginners' you'll discover a step-by-step concise approach to learning Qlik Sense.   Inside this book you'll discover:   How to get started with Qlik Sense from installation to creating your first app.How to read different data sources such as Excel, Access Data or simply text files into your app.How to create various charts and tables in Qlik Sense for example bar, gauges, line, combo, treemaps and scatter plots.How to manage the data in your Qlik Sense app.   After the basics you'll learn:   Development Tips – such as migrating from QlikView to Qlik Sense.Development Techniques - for example subroutines, external scripts and crosstables.Advanced Functions such as Class, Intervalmatch, Dual and more.Set analysis and Inner JoinsQVDs and Incremental loadsBookmarksStorytellingQlik Sense Extensions

  And much more…   

Start learning today and take the understanding of your data to the next level.   

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I found this book very useful, with well explained examples of different set analysis expressions,
specially with time and date related functions, calculations and comparisons .

Contents

Who is this book aimed at
2
Creating Qlik Sense Apps
41
Manage Data
51
Charts and Tables
91
Bar chart
109
Line Chart
116
Chart Expressions
122
Chart Groups
129
Combo charts
177
Url Links
190
Joining tables
205
Calendar Tables
214
Advanced Functions
220
Class
228
Interval Match
237
Variables
245

QlikView to Qlik Sense Migration
135
User Interface Design
143
Summary
150
Storytelling
165
Advanced Sheet Objects
171
Dual Function
250
Set Analysis and Variables
265
QVD optimization
295
What next?
305
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About the author (2014)

Many IT books these days are padded with text to make books larger and more expensive.

Mark writes books that are no-nonsense using a step-by-step approach with plenty of screenshots.

Mark is a full time QlikView Developer and part time Author.
He has been using QlikView since version 9 and been a member of the Qlik Community from October 2011. 
 
Whether you buy the book are not you can get sample data and apps (Qlik Sense) at www.techstuffy.com

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