It is really amazing: Since I have published the Set Analysis Wizard some months ago this is by far the most requested resource on my blog:
- About 300 unique QlikView developers / day are using the wizard on weekdays (!!!)
- They create about 2.5 expressions on average
- More than 50% of these users are recurring visitors
So it seems that the Set Analysis Wizard is helpful for at least some of the QlikView developers out there …
On the other hand I am really surprised that one of the features I have implemented is only used by 5% of all users. I talk about the ability to share created expressions with other developers … It took some time to implement this functionality but obviously this is not really a killer feature …
Porting the Set Analysis Wizard to a Document Extension Solution …
Having now in mind that sharing is not really necessary and helpful I am thinking about porting the whole solution to a document extension solution.
- Tight integration into the place where you are developing your applications
- Offline use
- Selecting from the fields of your current application
- Reviewing the results of your expression immediately
But I am not really sure if it is (really) worth putting additional effort into this solution because I do not really know how you are using the existing wizard and especially which features you are missing, so …
… I need your help!
Please give me an idea how you are using the Set Analysis Wizard:
- How do you use the Set Analysis Wizard in your daily work as a QlikView developer?
- If you do not use it, why?
- What features are missing?
- Do you need more examples?
- Are you (really) missing the support of using “Alternate States”?
- Would it be helpful having the Set Analysis Wizard available as a document extensions?
Please use the comment section below for your feedback, which is really appreciated!