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Partner

## Re: Qlik Sense Top 10 Ranking

Hi Stefan,

Could you explain above expression?

i.e.

=Sum({<Customer = {"=Rank(Sum(Sales))<=10"}>} Sales)

Here, =Rank(Sum(Sales))<=10 -> this expression what values will pass and how?

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MVP

## Re: Qlik Sense Top 10 Ranking

That's a set expression which filters a set of Customer, selecting Top10 customers with regard to their sales amount ( Sum(Sales) ). Basically all customers pass the filter with a rank(Sum(Sales)) evaluated to <= 10.

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Partner

## Re: Qlik Sense Top 10 Ranking

Thank you Stefan.

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New Contributor II

## Re: Qlik Sense Top 10 Ranking

hi stefan i have only products in a table, I have to count the products and display the top three products in the kpi. could you please help in solving the problem

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Partner

## Re: Qlik Sense Top 10 Ranking

Awesome! Thank you Stefan

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New Contributor III

## Re: Qlik Sense Top 10 Ranking

Hi,

I have a table . I just wanted to highlight the top 5 values ( Units) using background expression, can you help mw with the expression

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Partner

## Re: Qlik Sense Top 10 Ranking

Can you please explain how the expression is working, especially the part highlighted?

How is an output of a condition comparison getting fed to a field?

=Sum({<Customer = {"=Rank(Sum(Sales))<=10"}>} Sales)

Thanks