What i mean is to know if the input field, or the slider are present in Qlik Sense, so that i can do the calculations for the "what if" analysis, forecasting etc.
Yes, someone developed an extension for create varibles, you can download here erikwett/qsVariable · GitHub
You have to unzip it in the folder of extensions C:\Users\UserName\Documents\Qlik\Sense\Extensions and this will appear like a new object in the list of objects availables
Do you have any further information on getting this extension to work? I've unzipped it into c:\users\administrator\documents\qlik\sense\extensions, as well as the same path for the user sense_system. It's not showing up in the Charts tab in the editor. Is there anything else I need to do?
I am using the input box extension (reddys10/SR_InputBox · GitHub) . The input box take the value and stores it into a variable. I think make my calculation using the variable. The user enters a new value for an exchange rate and then the I take that value to convert to USD.
I got the extension to install; had to use the QMC, go to Extensions -> Import and import the zip file that's contained in the master zip file.
Now, how do I set it up? It's kind of confusing, as their are "fx" formula buttons in the Title, Subtitle, etc., but I don't see a way to create set up formulas in the Variable section. I figured out the "Alternative" is where you create your values and labels for those values; but, once again, the "fx" button for formulas is located in the Title section.
A step-by-step for this would be very helpful.
It took just a little bit of trial and error, but I figured out how to use the Variable extension.