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## Set Analysis - Exclude Selections Except

Two things:

1) We recently upgraded to the latest release of Qlik Sense and we have and some problem with the Set Analysis doing the same thing from 3.2 to now.  Were there any big changes to how Qlik Sense reads the Set Analysis code?

2) I know how to "Include all selections except":

sum( {<CostCenterName= , CostCenterID= >} \$(vSales))

Is there a way to do it the other way?

sum( total {<SIC= >} \$(vSales))

That doesn't work.

I have a Pivot Table with Rows of CostCenterName and the SIC.  Measure is sum(\$(vSales)).

I want to add another measure finding the percentage of sales that cost center does for each SIC they sell towards.

Example:

Cost Center: Baltimore

SIC: Clothing

Sales for Baltimore: 100k

Sales for Baltimore Clothing: 5500

Sales for Clothing: 200k

Total Sales: 10M

Baltimore Total %: 1%

Baltimore Clothing %: 2.75%

Displayed Like this in a pivot table:

Baltimore                              100,000                         1%

Clothing                            5500                              2.75%

Message was edited by: Michael Rainey Added Test Output

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MVP

## Re: Set Analysis - Exclude Selections Except

Not sure, but you may need something like this

Sum(TOTAL <[Cost Center]> {1<SICName = p(SICName), SIC= p(SIC)>} \$(vSales))

or

Sum(TOTAL <[Cost Center], SIC> {1<SICName = p(SICName), SIC= p(SIC)>} \$(vSales))

or

Sum(TOTAL <SIC> {1<SICName = p(SICName), SIC= p(SIC)>} \$(vSales))

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MVP

## Re: Set Analysis - Exclude Selections Except

So you are looking to ignore everything except SIC? May be this

Sum({1<SIC = p(SIC)>} \$(vSales))

or this

Sum({1<SIC = \$:IC>} \$(vSales))

Esteemed Contributor

## Re: Set Analysis - Exclude Selections Except

hi,

can you attach some some lines of your table ?

Contributor

## Re: Set Analysis - Exclude Selections Except

Sum({1<SIC = p(SIC)>} \$(vSales))

or this

Sum({1<SIC = \$:IC>} \$(vSales))

I think you had an extra }

Either way this comes back blank/null.

Contributor

## Re: Set Analysis - Exclude Selections Except

Here is my code:

Sum({1<SICName = \$:ICName, SIC= \$:IC}>} \$(vSales))

or

Sum({1<SICName = p(SICName), SIC= p(SIC)}>} \$(vSales))

Tried both, both returns nulls.

Contributor

## Re: Set Analysis - Exclude Selections Except

Unfortunately I can not.

MVP

## Re: Set Analysis - Exclude Selections Except

Yes, I did have an extra } in both my expression... and so do you... can you try this

Sum({1<SICName = \$:ICName, SIC= \$:IC>} \$(vSales))

or

Sum({1<SICName = p(SICName), SIC= p(SIC)>} \$(vSales))

Contributor

## Re: Set Analysis - Exclude Selections Except

Woopse!  Thank you.  This does show information but its also dividing it by Cost Center

Baltimore                              100,000                          1,000,000

Clothing                            5500                              200,000

It shows:

Baltimore                              100,000                         100,000

Clothing                            5500                             5500

Contributor

## Re: Set Analysis - Exclude Selections Except

So I change it to CostCenter and that didnt work either:

Sum({1<CostCenterName = \$::CostCenterName, CostCenter = \$::CostCenter >} \$(vSales))

MVP

## Re: Set Analysis - Exclude Selections Except

May be adding total... not entirely sure but may be this

Sum(TOTAL {1<SICName = p(SICName), SIC= p(SIC)>} \$(vSales))