Here we will review the 10 most popular LivingQlik posts of the year (as determined by Google Analytics).
Sometimes in life, you have to commit.
In 2016, I committed to being there for my family after the sudden loss of my father. Business-wise, I made a commitment to really listen to clients. I committed and expanded the relationship with my loyal business partners at Visual Data Group. And I recommitted to the Qlik community. Around August of 2016 I began writing articles regularly again and have since committed to creating one post per week with the aim of making LivingQlik a valuable resource for Qlik developers of all skill levels.
Continue reading LivingQlik’s Top 10 Posts of 2016 at Living Qlik.
What is the Class function?
The class function allows us to automatically group the values of a field into equal-sized ranges. So if we have a list of people and their ages, we can quickly sort them into groups based on their age, like 0 to 10, 11 to 20, and so on.
The syntax of the class function is pretty straight forward although its implementation (as we will see below) takes a little more thought. The first parameter is the field or expression we are separating into ranges. Note that this must resolve to a number.
Continue reading You Have No Class: The Coolest Qlik Function You Aren’t Using at Living Qlik.
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I Still Prefer Physical Books
I am old-school when it comes to books. I prefer the physical object. I need to pick it up, leaf through the pages, dog-ear sections I want to go back to and so on. Call me a tree-killer or whatever. I simply get more value out of the physical book. This is especially true when it comes to reference materials for my job.
QlikView Your Business
The team over at Natural Synergies has created a great reference that also serves as a tutorial and has the added advantage of being well written and interesting (at least for somebody who is Living Qlik).
Continue reading All Real QlikView Developers Have This in Their Library at Living Qlik.