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r_wroblewski
Contributor III

Pareto chart in Sense

Dear Community

I created a Pareto chart in Sense but there is one problem.

My x-axis has more then 4,000 values (which is no problem in QV) but due to the

Responsive Web Design of Sense I couldn't find a way the show all values without the scroll bar.

Pareto2.PNG

Unfortunately I think there is no way yet to achieve this but if someone has an idea please share it.


Regards,

Ronny

6 Replies
rsw
Contributor II

Re: Pareto chart in Sense

Hi Ronny,

I fear you are correct at the moment. You could compress your X-axis such that there is a much smaller number of values so that it fits the real-estate you are able to make available but otherwise you could look at putting together an extension object that would do it. For examples of other extension objects take a look at branch.qlik.com if you haven't already.

Cheers,

Rod

r_wroblewski
Contributor III

Re: Pareto chart in Sense

Hi Rod

I already take a look at branch but didn't saw anything which could help me.

Regards,

Ronny

r_wroblewski
Contributor III

Re: Pareto chart in Sense

I found the "D3 Visualization library" extension from skokenes in qlik branch, which include a Line chart which not use scrolling.

But there also disadvantages like no reference lines, etc.

Looks like to create own D3 extension which fits the requirements are the only way at the moment.

Regards,

Ronny

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Re: Pareto chart in Sense

Hi,

think about to put x-axis values into groups ?

0 - 5 %

5 -10%

...

rsw
Contributor II

Re: Pareto chart in Sense

Excellent, I was hoping you'd find something like that.

cheers,

Rod

r_wroblewski
Contributor III

Re: Pareto chart in Sense

Dear Xavier

thanks for your idea but I think only reducing the data points in such drastic way (from ~4,000 to ~20) isn't the best idea. Just think about the shape of the curve.

To get a correct curve, all data points necessary.

Regards,

Ronny