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you need to change "Event Original Name" in the text below to what you have called your event field (the dimension name you use to create the graph). Then you can use an inline load to create a map if there are only a few field values you want to change.
LOAD * INLINE [
Event Original Name, Event New Name
Pre - Op (Arm 1 : Phase 1), PreOp
2 Week Post - Op (Arm 2 : Follow - Up), 2Week
or just create a table in excel like this:
nd use this script at the end:
LOAD [Event Original Name], // RENAME THIS TO YOUR FIELD NAME. I assume this is called "Event Name"?
[Event New Name]
(ooxml, embedded labels, table is Sheet1);
This will create an associative join on the [Event Original Name] field and give you a [Event New Name] value every time there is a match in the field [Event Original Name].
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From my understanding, Reena isn't talking about Aliasing. Instead, the query relates to changing the name of a drilldown within which she's used a complex expression to define the dimensions.
In my case this does not help. I was working on the drill-down geoanalytics map, similar to the one in the video that you posted (https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=36&v=gOgBablDHgY) and I was trying to change the =fl_county&','& state with 'County' to show on the bubble (see attached screenshot, it's 7:59 in the video). Is there a way of doing that?
Any Update on this issue related to drill down field renaming in Qlik Sense. I am using June 2019 version.