Since we started the Alteryx workshops at our prospects and customers, I realized the majority of them was using several Excel spreadsheets linked together by the most famous Excel function: VLOOKUP.
Data can be shown in many ways, some are better than others. But sometimes, standard visualizations are not enough.
Are you looking for an original way to represent your data? Circle Packing could be what you need.
With Qlik Sense®, a self-service visualization and discovery tool, Qlik introduced data storytelling in order to support analysts to build narrative and share insights with other people.
Sometimes, stakeholders may have limited analytics skills and may not well understand the work yo
u have done. Therefore, today, it becomes even more evident for data analysts or BI analysts that adding some emphasis, context and narratives to the analytics results make them more relevant or interesting for the stakeholder. But it’s not so easy.
Are you looking for a dependency graph? Pull on your socks, and watch this one: the perfect dependency wheel.
Internet is an incredible source for miscellaneous data, although it’s sometimes difficult to separate the useful information from the useless one. This free information provided on the web can add value to your data, but the risk of misinterpretation is higher too. In this article we will show an example of how the data provided by Google Maps could help you optimize your road trips.
Alternate states are now available for Qlik Sense!
By default, a selection is stored in the default selection state. Alternate state allows to make selections for additional states. It is very useful to compare different states in a single view. For example, it’s easy to compare the sales of the current year versus the sales of last year, but it's difficult to compare a dynamic year with another dynamic year. This is possible with alternate state.
Here are two Sense’s extensions I lately discovered. Are you missing heat maps in Sense?
Your ordeal is over: go for one of these extensions.
Of course, the application also runs on mobile devices which give a different user experience, but buttons could also be very useful on mobile devices. They just need to have a different aspect and greater size to be easy to click.
Do you know what a sunburst is? And how to create one in Qlik Sense?
There are currently two extensions to fulfill your wishes.
Many situations need to be customized by the user. Which tool could you use to do this?
A possibility is to use the Range Slider extension to leave the possibility for the end user to customize a range between two values.