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Sort by Frequency Desc in Qliksense

Hi Team,

I have one Requirement on Sorting,

i need to sort 2 dimensions data by frequency  desc, is is possible to write any expression to achieve  my requirement.

Thanks&Regards

suresh

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Hi Marin,

-count(Dimension1)

&

-Count(Dimension2)

these are working in my case, Thank you so much..

Regards

suresh

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MVP

Hi suresh, you can try sorting descending by expression and using Count() in expression:

-For Dim1:

Count(Dimension1FieldNameOrExpression)

-For Dim2:

Count(Dimension2FieldNameOrExpression)

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Hi Marin,

Thank you so much for immediate Response,

i tried as count(-BankName) and Count(-Routing)

Not sorting perfectly

can u elaborate expression with my dimensions it will be very helpful

BankName

Routing

These 2 are dimensions

MVP

Hi Suresh, try removing the '-':

count(BankName)

Count(Routing)

The descending option is a drop-down in Sense sort properties. If doesn't works post an image of the values sorted incorrectly so I can make an idea of what's happening.

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HI Marin,

We are sorting on cyclic group, 3 dimension need to sort on ascending --> for this we use numeric sorting Ascending Option

2 Dimension Need to Sort on Frequency Descending -->  I tried as -Count(BankName) & -Count(Routing)

First Dimension works Perfect but second one not sorting

4 Dimensions need to Sort in a custom sorting, wrote an Expressions for those.

This is the Requirement,

So Please suggest any other way to sort Frequency desc

MVP

Hi suresh, I don't really know what's happening, I suppose that there are repeated values for this 2 dimensions in the previous dimension, like:

It's sorted by count, for company 71 the first account it's not the most frequent in that company, but it's the most frequent overall (95 occurences in both companies).

To avoid this I usually use dual in the dimension, adding the value of the first dimension so each value can be calculated independently:

Here the account 4700000001 is sorted by company, as each one is internally a different dimension value

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Hi Marin,

-count(Dimension1)

&

-Count(Dimension2)

these are working in my case, Thank you so much..

Regards

suresh

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