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I am new to Qlik sense . I am trying to create a pivot table with Couple of data source.
In that i need to remove some ROWS from the view. TO be filtered out.
Can anybody help in this.
Ex...I am getting X1,X2,X3,X4 row data & C1,C2,C3,C4 column data.
I dont want X3 row data.
X3 is a value in ur dimension?
In ur measure;
change it as follow:
from : sum(Measure)
Use set analysis.
For example if you want to count the number of sales and want to exclude those with Status of 'Closed':
Check this blog about set analysis:
A Primer on Set Analysis
I hope this helps.
Will it work with the MINUSEQUALS? I thought it had to be EQUALSMINUS.
Hi Justin, that a good question !
there is a difference between the 2; let me explain:
Let's suppose we have a Dimension called Dim containing these values:
is like writting :
which means, sum Measure of All the values of Dim but the value 'A'.
<=> All Dim's values minus A no matter the selection made in the filter Dim
So, even if u select value B for exp; it will always return the sum of B C and D
return the sum measure of what u select minus A
which means, if we select nothing, it returns the sum of B C and D
But if we select, B; it return only B
if we select A and B and C, it will return B and C
<=> what u select minus A
Hope that was clear?
It got solved.
I got stuck in below issue:
I am having a Category field and associated data in table.In this category i have multiple type of categories.
I am having another table Category where Categories are grouped in to 3 major group.
Now i need a data view which shows all details(count) based on the category groups.
I am struggling to link two tables and get this report done.
Can anyone help.
Oh wow, thanks Omar. I had never seen that notation before. I guess that's why I roam the forums, to learn things and fill out my toolbelt.