Please find the below attachment. Might be it should useful to you clarify something.......
Mini charts are the trend chart or bar chart in cell of a table over a period. It becomes more helpful when in one column we are showing the present value and in the next cell historical trend of that value. It will help the end user to quickly understand the trend. In excel 2010, this feature has been introduced as Sparklines chart. In Qlikview, this can be used in straight table only.
Step 1: Create a straight table with region as dimension and sum(sale) as expression.
Step 2: Select expression and in display options tab select “Mini Chart”. Post that select mini chart setting, under mini chart setting, under dimension option select dimension for trend (Here select Month for Monthly trend) and we can select different mode of mini chart like sparkline, bars etc. then apply and OK.
Finally we have mini chart with regional Monthly trend but here monthly trend is not in ascending order of calender month. To execute same we need to sort the expression value in sort tab.
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