I am a week into my Qlikview education After going through multiple QV tutorials, I feel that I have a good grasp of the basics. However, writing and editing expressions is a big part of my job, and I haven't found any good resources on the topic.
The book Hello Qlikview has a chapter devoted on this Set Analysis issue, but that is the only resource that I've found to be especially useful. I realize there is a ton of blogs out there, but any given blog post only seems to address a narrow topic. That's great for some, but I need a broader education.
Sokkorn: Thank you, but I actually have already seen this. This has good content, and I think it could be great if coupled with a speaker, but it still isn't comprehensive. That said, I appreciate the input, and I bet others will find it useful.
Although, I'd strongly recommend you to explore Stefan's blog (link below), he had created Set Analysis Expression Generator. So you can use it until you become comfortable with the Expressions or you can reverse engineer and learn from this tool.
That's great Deepak! Thank you. I think that it's really smart of you to cover this topic in depth. It seems to me that this is an area that could be covered a lot more thoroughly (reducing the time-consuming need to learn the vernacular through reverse engineering).
I'm going through Wunderlich's stuff now. So far, I've found some really useful nuggets, but as of yet, nothing really homing in on what I described above. I'd actually already bookmarked your blog, but hadn't gotten to it I'll have a look today.
With regards to learning Set Analysis, i personally think it is a continuous learning. Also, I found out that if I break whatever I want to analyse down to this 3 basic part (Identifier, Modifier, Operator), it’s a lot easier. If i am in your situation I will focus on understanding how these 3 set analysis integral works and see how to blend them together.
I will also recommend starting bit by bit, little by little, accomplishing small task.
Download reference manual (attached) and go through Set Analysis section (page 365 upward) might be of help.