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RyanP
Contributor III
Contributor III

Show last 28 days on bar chart

Qlik Sense question: I've searched several forums and spent hours trying to figure this out but I'm stuck. I have a bar chart that I want to show the last 28 days of 1 data point only. I've tried the following and they are not working. Qlik says "OK" to the formula but the chart is still showing more than 28 days. Any other thoughts? I'm not familiar with scripts to trying to do this using set analysis. The Excel file is simple - Column A is Date, Column B is Instock %. Thoughts?

=Date(today()-28, 'MM-DD-YYYY')
 
=If(Date((today()-28 and Date(today()))), Date,)
 
=IF((Date >(today() AND Date(today()-28 ))), Date,'')

 

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RafaelBarrios
Partner - Specialist
Partner - Specialist

hi @RyanP 

Sorry, i made a mistake in the formula

sum({<Date={">=$(=date(today()-28))<=$(=today())"} >}Sales)

Remember to use this formula as expression

and as dimension only the date field.

 

it should shows as dimension the las 28 days whiout using an IF in the dimension.

Best,

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RyanP
Contributor III
Contributor III
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Sorry the delay. I'm fairly new to Qlik so I had to research expressions as dimensions. I did do that and now it's working perfectly! I appreciate the help!

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micheledenardi
Specialist II
Specialist II

The best approach is to create a master calendar with the flags you need then use it in set analysis.

Here the best solution available: BETTER CALENDAR SCRIPTS 

 

Michele De Nardi
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RyanP
Contributor III
Contributor III
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Sorry, this is over my head. Is there not an expression that I can do?

micheledenardi
Specialist II
Specialist II

The master calendar is the best way, but for sure there is the possibility to write a set analysis to obtain the same result, so something like this:

sum({<Date={">=$(=Today()-28)"}>}Sales)
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RyanP
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Unfortunately it didn't work. I don't need to Sum anything - the data is already summed. Any other thoughts? Are any of my expressions at the top close and just need tweaked?

RyanP_0-1664569619401.png

 

micheledenardi
Specialist II
Specialist II

So please share the dataset and an example of what you want to obtain.

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RyanP
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Excel file has 2 columns that I upload in Data Manager (see below) but I have 60 data points - I want to show the last 28 days on a bar chart. The bar chart isn't the issue - it's trying to display the last 28 days is what I'm trying to achieve. For example, I want to show the instock for 9/30, 9/29, 9/28, etc (back to 28 days). Does that help?

Date   Instock    

9/20   98%

9/21  97%

9/22  96% 

micheledenardi
Specialist II
Specialist II

Here the script i used to generate the dataset:

load 
Date(Date#(Date,'MM/DD/YYYY'),'MM/DD/YYYY') as Date,
Instock 
Inline [
Date,Instock
09/01/2022,0.91
09/02/2022,0.94
09/03/2022,0.95
09/04/2022,0.97
09/05/2022,0.92
09/06/2022,0.91
09/07/2022,0.99
09/08/2022,0.98
09/09/2022,0.94
09/10/2022,0.93
09/11/2022,0.98
09/12/2022,0.96
09/13/2022,0.97
09/14/2022,0.98
09/15/2022,0.93
09/16/2022,0.92
09/17/2022,0.93
09/18/2022,0.88
09/19/2022,0.89
09/20/2022,0.91
09/21/2022,0.94
09/22/2022,0.99
09/23/2022,0.97
09/24/2022,0.96
09/25/2022,0.94
09/26/2022,0.96
09/27/2022,0.98
09/28/2022,0.99
09/29/2022,0.93
09/30/2022,0.94
10/01/2022,0.95
];

here the expression:

Only({<Date={">=$(=date(Today()-28,'MM/DD/YYYY'))"}>}Instock)

and the result:

2022-10-01 16_08_25-Posta in arrivo - michele.denardi@silca.it - Outlook.png

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deepanshuSh
Creator II
Creator II

Maybe this could work as well, sort your data by descending order in the date column and use the  max axis value option to show only last 28 values.

Screenshot 2022-10-01 at 11.11.49 PM.png

 

This is short cut way, best way is to use a master calendar with flagging in the backend. 

 

 

Trial and error is the key to get unexpected results.
RafaelBarrios
Partner - Specialist
Partner - Specialist

Hi @RyanP 

you can try

if you are going to use "Date" as dimension, dont use the provided "=IF ...." just use the field

and as expression you can use the following:

sum({<Date={">=$(=today()-28)"}<=$(=today()) >}Sales)

 

Best,