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Contributor III

## Top Ranks based on sales w.r.t Brands and Type in Pivot Table in Qlik Sense.

Hello Qlik Experts,

I have the following data in a table format and want to find out the Top Ranks based on Sales w.r.t Brands and Type in Pivot Table.

I require the output in a Pivot Table.

I am attaching a sample data Below in Excel format, where in I have to find the Top 5 Ranks of each Brands based on their Types and Sales.

The Input Data and the Output format is displayed in the Excel Workbook in different sheets.

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MVP

Bottom chart can be the other way you can do this... but then it looks different from what you need

Dimensions

Type

Brand

Expression

Aggr(If(Rank(Sum(Sales)) < 6, Sum(Sales)), Brand, Type)

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Partner

HI,

Satish find the attached QliksenseApp

may it full fill your requirement. I used below expression for the dimension.

=Aggr(If(Rank(SUM(Sales)) <= 5, Type), Brand,Type)

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MVP

This?

Dimensions

=ValueLoop(1, 5)

Brand

Expressions

Pick(ValueLoop(1, 5),

Aggr(NODISTINCT If(Rank(Sum(Sales)) = 1, Type), Brand, Type),

Aggr(NODISTINCT If(Rank(Sum(Sales)) = 2, Type), Brand, Type),

Aggr(NODISTINCT If(Rank(Sum(Sales)) = 3, Type), Brand, Type),

Aggr(NODISTINCT If(Rank(Sum(Sales)) = 4, Type), Brand, Type),

Aggr(NODISTINCT If(Rank(Sum(Sales)) = 5, Type), Brand, Type))

Pick(ValueLoop(1, 5),

Aggr(NODISTINCT If(Rank(Sum(Sales)) = 1, Sum(Sales)), Brand, Type),

Aggr(NODISTINCT If(Rank(Sum(Sales)) = 2, Sum(Sales)), Brand, Type),

Aggr(NODISTINCT If(Rank(Sum(Sales)) = 3, Sum(Sales)), Brand, Type),

Aggr(NODISTINCT If(Rank(Sum(Sales)) = 4, Sum(Sales)), Brand, Type),

Aggr(NODISTINCT If(Rank(Sum(Sales)) = 5, Sum(Sales)), Brand, Type))

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Contributor III

Thanks Sunny,

However if I have to find the Values for Top 10, 20, 50 and so on, will I have to Have the Same equation in a longer format incrementing the Numbers.

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MVP

Well, I am not sure if there is another way... did you check out what arunaerra‌ posted... I am not sure what they have... but may be that works better for you...

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Contributor III

Yes I checked what Aruna posted, however That doesn't solve my problem.

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MVP

Bottom chart can be the other way you can do this... but then it looks different from what you need

Dimensions

Type

Brand

Expression

Aggr(If(Rank(Sum(Sales)) < 6, Sum(Sales)), Brand, Type)

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Contributor III

Thanks a lot Sunny