New to Qlik- Understanding Static Visuals vs Dynamic
I am an extremely new user to Qlik with minimal training. I have tried watching some video tutorials but i fear that my lack of knowledge henders my searching for the right answer, so I hope you can help!
All my charts are built, but where i am struggling is how to make One chart Static and the other dynamic. Here is my scenario:
Example: How many days does it take for our product (let's say Jam Jars) to make it from a wholesaler warehouse back to our corporate office.
I have three charts total:
Chart One: a bar chart that shows our days at the warehouse by count of orders pending and needs to remain STATIC (unchanged regardless of filters)
Chart Two: a Tree Chart to show the order distribution between each wholesaler (so we can see who has the most orders vs smallest).
Chart Three: The exact same as chart one, however i do not want this to be static and instead correlate with my tree chart selection
What the final results would look like:
Chart One gives me an understanding of overall, which is why it's important that it does not change.
Chart two will allow me to select wholesalers who have a higher volume in orders, then chart two will give me the ability to compare against my chart one.
Re: New to Qlik- Understanding Static Visuals vs Dynamic
Consider using Set Analysis to control what happens to your chart calculations when a selection is made. For instance, in chart one, you can use 1 in set analysis to avoid any selections impacting your chart - hence only showing a total. Set Analysis is VERY powerful.