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Creator
Creator

Charts

HI Experts,

which chart will take more reload time ?why?

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Creator III
Creator III

Re: Charts

hi

it depends on data how much u hold in and data what you want to represent. in front end.

if the data is huge u can force the user to select and display the data.

also it depends on set analysis handling.

Regards
$@M.

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Champion III
Champion III

Re: Charts

Try to use less expresions in ur charts maximum fields u can create in bak end...use  light colurs in chart.

hope this helps u

Thanks

Suresh

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Master
Master

Re: Charts

Hi,

It will be based on your Data,

using "conditional show" expression so users must filter the data to select fewer than N rows before the chart is displayed.

Can you use drill-down groups so the chart is summarized and users can drill down to more detail!

HTH,

Hirish

HirisH
“Aspire to Inspire before we Expire!”
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Re: Charts

It depends on several factors

1.Data model 

2.Size of the data

3.Expression what you have written.

complex Calculated dimension will impact all types of charts

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Master III
Master III

Re: Charts

Hi,

This really depends upon:

  • Amount of data to be loaded and displayed : Limit ur data for better performance , remove unwanted function.
  • Expression has been used (Complicated or easy) in charts : Use different QlikView function , the best one like Set analysis instead of if condition

Also please see the attachment to see when to use which chart based on business requirements.

Thanks,
AS

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Creator
Creator

Re: Charts

Go to Settings-> Document Properties -> General Tab-> Click on Memory Statistics.

take different  type of charts and apply same logic &  Save the file and then open that file in another QVW and you will get the memory usage of each chart available in that application.

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Partner
Partner

Re: Charts

1.Depends on size  & granularity of data.

2. Try to avoid Calculated Dimensions

3. Not use more Set Analysis/Aggr in Expression