I am wondering is it possible to add some kind of more detailed x-axis in Qlik table, something easier for user to follow the numbers and values. More easy to understand my question: is it possible and how to add this red thing I draw at the picture 🙂 ? (this is Qlik table chart)
I know you marked this one as solved and I am glad that @vinieme12 came to the rescue. However, I was reading this post yesterday and I couldn't get my mind of it. I really wanted to know what your example represents, or what you are exactly you are trying to achieve. The why behind this problem. In Qlik there is an obvious choice to use a bar chart with reference lines that you could use for visualizing the progress. But you really wanted a table, so I wonder why...
Well, I am doing some recreation of Tableau dashboards to Qlik, so idea is that they have to be as similar as possible. In this particular case I have multiple columns/dimensions and that's why U need it to be table, instead of bar chart. (see the picture: it has three columns first, and then the measure) Check the printsrceen from Tableau(so you could see what was the idea i will just scramble the values because of the data sensitivity) : So in Tableau it is more easy for human eye to follow these mini bars, and I wanted that effect in Qlik 😄 Anyway thankkkk you
Thanks for your compliment and also thanks for the reply.
I first thought you would like to segment the data, but you are looking for a table with a scale. Hmmm, that should be possible, but also with some 'hacks' I think. The question that still remains, how do you keep such a table readable for a user? Are they filtering for the dimensions they need? Or are they comparing the data like what is 'this part' doing compared to 'other parts'? If the use case is something that could be generic for all Qlikkies or users, than I would suggest to post this as an idea in the idea section here .
In the meantime I will think about a 'solution' to solve this.