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Creator III

Accumulated sales chart in qliksense

I want to build an accumulated sales chart where the dimension is now set to be suppliers and the measure is the sales from the suppliers. what i want to change is that to show that majority is concentrated on small amounts of suppliers. so i am thinking to covert the dimension to accumulated number of suppliers as well (e,g, from 1---maximum). is there anyway to achieve this? thanks

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You can use the rank function to replace the supplier dimension, it is not perfect if you have suppliers with the same rank but it will give you a good indication. Notice my green marked bars, they have the same number, but the total count is correct .

To replace my "Supplier Name" dimension I've used this expression:

=aggr(rank(Sum(Likes),4,1), [Supplier Name])

Plees ekskuse my Swenglish and or Norweglish spelling misstakes
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kindly send me the  sample report of which you want

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Ut sounds like you are trying to do a pareto analysis.  Please check out @Henric_Cronström  blog post Recipe for a Pareto Analysis – Revisited - “Which products contribute to the first 80% of our turnover?”

Plees ekskuse my Swenglish and or Norweglish spelling misstakes
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Creator III

Hi Vegar,

yes, that is what I want but I also want to show the horizontal as the accumulated number of suppliers, (e,g  not the actual supplier name)

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You can use the rank function to replace the supplier dimension, it is not perfect if you have suppliers with the same rank but it will give you a good indication. Notice my green marked bars, they have the same number, but the total count is correct .

To replace my "Supplier Name" dimension I've used this expression:

=aggr(rank(Sum(Likes),4,1), [Supplier Name])

Plees ekskuse my Swenglish and or Norweglish spelling misstakes
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Creator III

Hi Vegar,

another question, is it possible to squeeze the horizontal scale? as I got thousands of suppliers and I understand each number is representing a supplier and not actual continues measures, but just to see if options available to squeeze the axe within one page without horizontal bar being used

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Try to activate continous axis in your chart X-axis properties.

- Vegar

Plees ekskuse my Swenglish and or Norweglish spelling misstakes