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pandabear_de
Luminary Alumni
Luminary Alumni

Conditional Dimension - ignore with Set Analysis

Hi,

I have hit a little snag, that I can't seem to solve. Using Qlik Sense

 

I have defined a conditional dimension, so the user can easily filter all rows with defined criteria.

name: has peculiarity
function: =if([PECULIARITIES.DATE]>=$(vWeek1) and [PECULIARITIES.VALUE]>0, 'yes,'no')

In a table showing the underlying data. I would like to ignore the above-mentioned filter 'has peculiarity'. All my attempts have failed.
I have tried he following set analysis in the table

={<[PECULIARITIES.DATE]=,[PECULIARITIES.VALUE]=>} 

If I set the filters individually, I can neutralize with set analysis successfully, however I use the above-mentioned conditional dimension, this does not work.

How can I neutralize a filtering of data based on the above-mentioned conditional dimension?

 

P.S.: I also tried to use Getselectedcount([has peculiarity]) with no luck.

 

Thanks for your support

Cheers

Jakob

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tresesco
MVP
MVP

If it's not typo, try correcting like:

={<[PECULIARITIES.DATE]=,[PECULIARITIES.VALUE]=>}                  // remove extra angular bracket.

 

Else I would request a bit more explanation - possibly with a sample app. 

pandabear_de
Luminary Alumni
Luminary Alumni
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@tresesco  Thanks, that was a typo in my post. The issue still remains.