Do you normally succeed CREATING and DOCUMENTING a Set Analysis expression/formula like the following one in less than two minutes?
I do normally not! And even if I would, after two weeks I cannot remember why I have created this statement like this …
That’s why I have created the “Set Analysis Wizard for QlikView” 😉
Introducing the Set Analysis Wizard for QlikView
So let’s directly jump to the result in the “Set Analysis Wizard for QlikView”:
If you open the above mentioned expression in the wizard, you’ll see the following:
You are welcome to add/change set modifiers at any time:
So what’s happening here?
By using the “Set Analysis Wizard for QlikView” you’ll now have a tool which
- enables you creating Set Analysis Expressions in WYSIWIG mode (!!!)
- Event the most complex Set Analysis Expressions will be documented automatically
- optionally you can save the expression on the server and edit/change/enhance it at any time
- furthermore you can share the created expression with others
Step by Step Instructions
Hopefully a step by step instruction is not necessary.
I have worked hard to create a self explanatory user interface (but if I did not succeed in your opinion, please do not hesitate to tell me!)
So just give it a try:
Load the example mentioned at the beginning of this article
I have added some examples which can be directly opened in the wizard:
Sharing your Set Analysis Expressions
Feel free to share your results.
Just click on “Save result for later usage and sharing” and two things will happen:
- The Set Analysis Expression will be saved on the server and you can come back later an re-edit it at any time.(The link for re-opening the Set Analysis Expression will be added to the comment of the expression automatically)
- Furthermore you can share your expression with colleagues, in discussion forums, and so on …
So far this is the first beta version.
I have not included QlikView 11 support (Alternate States) so far, but for sure, this is the next update you can expect …
Feedback, Improvements, etc.
Please give me feedback:
- Do you like the Set Analysis Wizard?
- What is missing?
- Is it easy to use?