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Wanted to ask if this is possible in Qlik Sense.
I have a data for Auto Dealer that have hierarchy as this:
1. National - All Dealers across the world
2. Dealers Zone
I need to create KPI's that summarizing overall satisfaction score for all dealerships grouping it by existing hierarchy.
For example First KPI will show National Score (nothing selected yet).
Then when user selects Dealer Zone the App will show two KPI's - One for National and one for Dealer Zone.
And so on
Also when user selects Dealer code - the last dimension in hierarchy the app will show 4 KPI's.
Please see the examples below:
Please let me know if it is possible and if yes how to do it.
The existing kpi object won't do that but why don't you use a tree map with a drill down dimension to create a similar effect.
Thank you for replay.
The problem with tree map is that they want to see the comparison.
For example when they select Dealer zone they want to see KPI for this zone compare to KPI to all zones.
When using drill down measure the upper dimension would desappear.
So as I understand there is no way to create such thing other than create four KPI's?
How about using the tab extension with tree maps for each level.
Qlik Branch I know its a fudge but bar writing your own extension you will need to come up with an alternative layout.
perhaps you could do something with a variable to make the tree map display the top level kpi in the tite or subtile of the chart.
I have one dynamically changing chart content here for a number of chart types.
Makes Sense to go round in circles
perhaps it might work with your tree map
I was thinking about tabs extension but I cannot add more that one chart into one tab.
So what I think I will create 4 KPI's but use getcurentselection function to show the KPI's.
Thank you for your help anyway.
No problem glad I could help.