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QlikView. Associative Thought driven Natural Freeing Flexible Collaborative Personal Empowering. Patented In Memory Associative Technology. What. How. The power of simplicity. In Memory Fast Light impact Visually Interactive Summary and Detail Portable Simple Inexpensive

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Associative

Thought driven

Natural

Freeing

Flexible

Collaborative

Personal

Empowering

Patented In Memory Associative Technology

What

How

The power of simplicity

  • In Memory
  • Fast
  • Light impact
  • Visually Interactive
  • Summary and Detail
  • Portable
  • Simple
  • Inexpensive
  • Integrative

QlikView Real-time OLAP

“Real-time processing”

Memory & Processor Power

64 Bit

Traditional Cube OLAP

“Pre-processing”

Time

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Everyone Else

“Fast Deployment”

“Easy-to-Use”

Powerful”

“Flexible”

“Revolutionary”

QlikView New Rules

Within two days of downloading a trial version of QlikView, Shell Sweden had a prototype application for analyzing financial data. It became a customer and later expanded QlikView usage to sales and operations functions.

A Nacka kommun representative emphasized how user friendly QlikView was, stating, "It is so easy to work with it seems like fun."

Dakota Healthcare built an application to allow users to navigate through massive amounts of related data to each insurance claim. The 200GB database was compressed into 500MB and loaded into the RAM of a 64-bit Windows Server 2003.

Zurich, a Swiss insurance firm, was able to reduce the workload of report development and maintenance from seven full-time dedicated staff to two people working over a two- to three-day period every month.

IDG Denmark chose to download a trial of QlikView and had some initial skepticism about the low cost of the solution. However, due to the ease of implementation and functionality, IDG soon became a satisfied, paying customer.

Deluca Homes, a manufacturer of homes turned to QlikView to provide: applications that enable monitoring of the performance of contractors involved in the building and inspection of homes, provision of KPIs to management, and analysis of financial data.

Our Value Proposition: 1/4 the time, 1/2 the cost, 2x the value

Source: IDC whitepaper by Dan Vesset and Brian McDonough, “QlikTech’s Approach to Business Intelligence: Keep It Simple and Flexible”

what makes qlikview special on need to know basis
What makes QlikView special, on need to know basis?
  • QlikView is a « new generation » tool:
  • All data are stored in memory and processed from there  faster!
  • Traditional generation BI tools working with views

Makes associative connections  like human brain:

no top-down, no data structure knowledge required ...

  • PC: 3 versions 8.5  very recent update to 9
  • Analyser (only consult reports)
  • Professional: also creation of reports, chart, etc (advanced users)
  • Developer: also create datawarehouse etc (IT)
  • Server: on a windows server
  • Server
  • Publisher (most expensive license, not for SMEs)
what can you do met qlikview
What can you do met QlikView?
  • Create flexible end user interface for DW
  • View on relations between data
  • Make presentations, based on your data
  • Cretae dynamic graphs and tables
  • Perform statistical analysis
  • Link descriptions and multimedia to data
  • Sert up your own expert system
  • Create new tables and merge information from different sources
  • Build your own BI system
communities etc
Communities etc
  • www.qlikcommunity.com

Links to qlikacademy

with videos, courses, etc

  • demo.qliktech.com

Several applications

  • Belgian distributor: Credon (Tessenderlo)

www.credon.be

using qlikview professional
Using QlikView Professional
  • Starting QlikView
  • Basic Layout and Navigation
    • Remember, a QlikView file contains everything the user needs to perform meaningful data analysis, including the data itself and all the layout information, objects and sheets defined by the Professional developer
wat strikes you
Wat strikes you?
  • Colors:
  • selected data green
  • associated data white
  • unrelated data grey
  • Context help Help topics
  • View Toolbars menus tabs
  • Toolbar: design  table relations (data structure)
  • Sheet is the basis: right click  sheet objects
sheets and sheet objects1
Sheets and Sheet Objects
  • Sheet Basics
    • A QlikView document uses at least one sheet on which sheet objects are displayed.
    • Even if a number of sheet objects have been placed on several different sheets, all sheet objects are still fully connected by the QlikView logic.
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Sheets and Sheet Objects
  • Sheet Objects Include:
    • List Boxes
    • Statistics Boxes
    • Multi Boxes
    • Table Boxes
    • Charts
    • Input Boxes
    • Current Selections Boxes
    • Buttons
    • Text Objects
    • Line/Arrow Objects
    • Slider/Calendar Objects
    • Bookmark Objects
    • Custom Objects
    • System Tables
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Add sheet (via Layout) (or button)
  • Sheet properties
  • List box: select fields: Layout – Select fields
  • Shift click
  • Ctrl click
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Activate a sheet object: click caption
  • Move a sheet object on a sheet: click and drag
  • Resize sheet object: like windows
  • Copy on same sheet: ctrl click and keep caption -- drag – loose ctrl and mouse
  • Move to another sheet: click hold and drag to tab
  • Delete: via right mouse click or click caption and press delete button
first exercises
First exercises
  • 1 Open file Film and save as Film2
  • 2 Create a new tab, copying Qvgids and name it « IP »
  • 3 Create a box « current selections»
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The List Box
  • The List Box is the most common QlikView object.
    • List of all possible distinct values of a field
    • one value represents multiple rows in source data
  • It provides one of the simplest ways of making a query and can also be used to navigate in QlikView
the list box additional functionality
The List Box: Additional Functionality
  • Performing a simple search
    • A value:  green  other table’ values whit or grey
  • Performing an advanced search
    • Search String: click in caption (hoofding) – wildcards * and ?
    • Select excluded (e.g. all customers without “er”) right mouse click
  • Create new list box: right mouse click
  • CTRL-Click: multiple selections
  • Simultaneous selections in multiple list boxes  like AND
  • Locking (= clear proof; blue, yellow) and Unlocking Selections
    • Lock button
  • Beacons: green blue red dot: indicates selection in other tab
list boxes exercise
List boxes exercise
  • 1 Create a list box for movie title and another for year
  • 2 Experiment with the settings
the table box tabelobject
The Table Box - Tabelobject
  • The Table Box is a sheet object that shows several fields simultaneously
  • It is a combination of list boxes. Instead of placing each field in its own object separately, however, the Table Box combines them. The content of every row is logically connected. The columns may be fetched from different input tables, letting the user create tables from any possible combination of input tables.
  • When you want to present the contents of several list boxes in one table, you need a Table Box
  •  to view data on detailed level
  •  not really for graphs or selections
the table box
The Table Box
  • A series of List Boxes presented in comparison with the Table Box
table box
Table box
  • Make table wider
  • Widen a column
  • Select in table
  • selection in other tab  green dot (beacon)
  • click in table: one column, a second one, etc
  • Sort
  • drag caption: sequence columns
  • on a column value: right click and sort
  • Or via properties sort
  • Export
  • to Excel
  • To QV export file
the table box advantages
The Table Box: Advantages
  • Some advantages of Table Boxes include:
    • Making selections
    • Sorting
    • Printing
    • Exporting
table box exercises
Table box exercises
  • 1 Make a table box with actor, director and year
  • 2 Sort decreasing on year and change sequence actor-director
  • 3 Give it style « pyjama green »
  • 4 Make a listbox of rating
  • 5 Pick rating 6 and search in table box which movies from Donald Sutherland have that rating;
  • 6 Export the result to QVO file and try to open from Excel
the multi box
The Multi Box
  • The Multi Box offers the ultimate solution to the problem of displaying a large number of list boxes on the same sheet.
  • The Multi Box is a set of dropdown list boxes gathered within the same frame. As the picture illustrates, every field is represented by a row in the multi box.
  • Multiple fields can be combined into a single Multi Box.
  • Compare the space used for the list boxes with the Multi Box
the multi box advantages
The Multi Box: Advantages
  • Less space is required in the layout. Less clutter
  • Possible to display a large number of fields in a single Multi Box
  • Displays the result of selections that result in a one-to-one relationship, since no data is shown until the selections define a single result in a Multi Box field
multi box
Multi Box
  • 1 Make a multibox with Reference, language and title
  • 2 Experiment with the settings
the text object
The Text Object
  • Text objects are used for adding information to a QlikView document. They can be used to show text information or an image in the layout. They can be moved and positioned anywhere on a sheet, just like any other sheet object.
  • Text objects can also be used effectively for displaying the results of calculations, and to create backgrounds.
  • Think of a Text object as a blank object for content. You can use it to create an introduction page for your QlikView application, or simply to display the data model that supports your analysis. Text objects can also be used for pictures and can also contain calculations
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The Text Object
  • Don’t exagerate because higher visual complexity
  • 1 Create a text object in purple with your name as a header and in the object a picture of a turtle
  • 2 Make a second text object containing the data model of the tables
charts
Charts
  • Close Film2 and open OnlineSales
  • Create a new tab « grahs » and make the background white
  • Create two list boxes: CustomerName and SalesAmount
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Charts
  • Charts are a collection of graphical objects that can display one or several expressions plotted over one or several dimensions, such as ”Orders Per Year."
  • In QlikView, you will recognize the most common chart types: bar, line and pie charts, but several other types, including two kinds of tables, are also included as charts.
  • Icon Quick chart wizard or right click new sheet object chart
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Charts
  • Dimension: customer x-axe
  • Expression: sales y-axe
  • Fast type change
  • e.g. sales person line sales amount
  • Statistical trend lines (in expressions)
  • Max visible number (presentation tab)
  • Reference (France, then Canada)
  • Drill down: click on bar
charts common types
Charts: Common Types
  • Chart Types:
    • Bar
    • Line
    • Combo
    • Radar
    • Gauge
    • Scatter
    • Grid
    • Pie
    • Funnel
    • Block
    • Pivot (table)
    • Straight (table)
charts set reference
Charts: Set Reference
  • In many cases, it is useful to compare chart data for different selections. For this purpose, you can use chart reference
  • The reference in the example shows the sales of men’s footwear in light blue behind the currently selected women’s footwear sales
drilldown
Drilldown
  • Chart with product drilldown, region drilldown, etc
  • Powerful!
charts exercises
Charts exercises
  • 1 Create a pie chart with a legend for total sales per product
  • 2 Ensure the legend has %
  • 3 Provide a suitable title and ensure that it can switch to bar chart
  • 4 Only display top 5
  • 5 Put the Y-value in the chart
multidimensional charts tables
Multidimensional Charts, Tables
  • Multidimensional charts contain, as the name implies, more than one dimension.
  • In a multidimensional chart, we might combine Year (the time dimension) with Country to analyze sales from year-to-year.
  • We will also explore an as yet unexplored chart-type, the Pivot Table.
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Multidimensional Charts, Tables

 Pivot Tables may also be used without any expressions to show a hierarchy of fields.

example with straight table and then pivot table
Example with straight table and then pivot table
  • Dimension country
  • Expression sum salesamount
  • extra expression avg salesamount
  • Only 2 countries
  • Summary per year and quarter  extra dimensions
  • First pivot table conversion
  • Only sum, deactivate avg
  • In presentation show partial sums for three dimensions
  • Other sequence: drag and drop
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Multidimensional Charts, Tables
  • Visual Cues (like conditional formatting in Excel)
multidimensional charts tables exercises
Multidimensional Charts, Tables: Exercises
  • 1 Create a multidimensional table: per year the number of orders, nr of customers and total sales
  • Use cilinders in the chart, values on top of each cilinder and change colors. Use a title in a nice layout
  • 2 Create a pivot table with total sales per customer, product group and year and make it in style « pivot1 »
  • 3 Make a straight table for sales, cost and margin and use two decimals for margin. Use visual cues for margin
gauges
Gauges
  • Gauges represent a dimensionless expression, and reflect the selection status (what has been clicked) in the QlikView application.
  • They are most commonly used in QlikView dashboards. (KPI)
  • A Gauge is a Chart Object.
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Gauges
  • There are six types of gauges in QlikView
gauges2
Gauges
  • Expressions in Tables can be displayed as gauges
gauge chart creation
Gauge chart creation
  • No dimension
  • Sum(SalesAmount) / Sum(All SalesAmount)
  • Per country
  • tekstvak (tekst in grafiek) toevoegen en dat slepen (ctrl shift)
  • Exercise
  • Gauge chart for margin (%) and change types, segments, style, …
buttons
Buttons
  • Buttons can be used to execute various commands in QlikView.
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Buttons
  • Examples
    • Buttons may look quite different. In the Background group, you have the choice between a Plain background, Aqua, which gives the button a glassy look, and Image. If you decide to use an Image option you can either use a single image or a combined image consisting of three pictures (for the active, the pressed and the inactive button) in a horizontal row. QlikView supports the image formats bmp, jpg, jpeg and png.
the other sheet objects
The Other Sheet Objects
  • Some of the other objects in QlikView applications include
    • Statistics Box
    • Current Selections Box
    • Slider/Calendar Object
    • Input Box
    • Bookmark Object
    • Custom Object
    • Other Chart Types
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The Other Sheet Objects
  • Statistics Box
  • Current Selections Box
  • Slider/Calendar Object
  • Input Box (wisselkoers bvb)
  • Bookmark Object
  • Custom Object
the other sheet objects2
The Other Sheet Objects
  • Combo Chart
  • Radar Chart
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The Other Sheet Objects
  • Scatter Chart
  • Grid Chart
exercise
Exercise
  • Create a calendar object and an input box (for euro – dollar rate)
desktop data
Desktop Data
  • Edit Script Dialog
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Desktop Data
  • The Table Wizard: loading files
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Desktop Data
  • Table Wizard
    • Deleting a Field
    • Renaming a Field