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Contributor III
Contributor III

How to hide expression details in a pie chart at mouseovers

Dear Qlik experts,

I need to hide the expression in a pie chart so that users only view the dimension name and value of the calculated measure at mouseovers.

I’ve added the Chart properties for your convenience, please suggest.

Hide expression in Chart.png

 Thank you very much for your time, effort and assistance.

Best regards,

Jami

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Partner

Hi,

Your answer is in your images. Check the Label for the expression, here you can overwrite the formula.

Jordy

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Hi,

Your answer is in your images. Check the Label for the expression, here you can overwrite the formula.

Jordy

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Contributor III
Contributor III

Thank you very much Jordy for your reply. I've a little progress that I took care of the measure and now it's showing me the title that I've used for measure.

However, I still have the same problem with the dimension, it's still showing the expression not the title of the dimension, whereas I managed to show only the title for the measure.

Hide Dimension in Chart.png

 Can you please help?

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Contributor III
Contributor III

I want to hide this 'Color expression' and if not possible then rename it. Can anyone tell me what I'm missing here? If I don't use custom color expression in color & legend the pie chart comes out in one color with auto.

Color expression.png

 Thank you very much.

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Partner

If changing the label didn't help for this, try to set your formula in a variable:

let vDimensionExpressions = 'Fill in here your expression';

And then call this variable instead of your formula.

Jordy

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