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evan_kurowski
Specialist
Specialist

Atomic Punk - Periodic Table

...of the Elements

It has been pleasant to cross verify the atomic weight calculations against some websites actually dedicated to chemistry and find the calculations are testing accurate deep into the 99's.

However, an ongoing issue has been how to format the period tables within some of the QlikView objects.  Though they have managed to be worked into a text box and pivot table, it has been a lot of R&D for working out the best system of selecting compounds and elements and displaying the result back.

What would be your thoughts on how to create an asymmetrical selection palette like the Periodic Table of the Elements?  Something that specifically is supposed to be rigidly formatted and preserve blankspace. (I'm after a kind of steam-punk look & feel throughout, so extra props to anyone who adds stylization ideas to their response). Any thoughts?

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Hey, I'm happy to report the system is working against compounds that have more than 20,000 atoms!

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evan_kurowski
Specialist
Specialist
Author

I am a victim of the science age
A child of the storm. Whoa, yes
I can't remember when I was your age
For me! It says no more, no more
Nobody rules these streets at night but me
The Atomic Punk
Oh, yeah. Ah-ah!

I am the ruler of these netherworlds
The underground. Whoa, yes
On every wall and place my fearsome name is hung
Just look around. Whoa, yes

Nobody rules these streets at night but me
The Atomic Punk!
Ahhah! Ohh!

I am the ruler of these netherworlds
The underground. Oh-oh
On every wall and place my fearsome name is hung
Look around. Whoa, yeah!

Nobody rules these streets at night but me, nobody. Ahhhhhh!
The Atomic Punk!


'Atomic Punk' by Van Halen

shoffer
Contributor III
Contributor III

I like it. Is the Atomic Punk chart shared somewhere? Just curious.

evan_kurowski
Specialist
Specialist
Author

Hello Stephen,

Here's a distribution-only copy, that has the Periodic Tables section.

shoffer
Contributor III
Contributor III

Thank you so much. My kids both love physics and I cannot wait to show them!

nsetty
Partner - Creator II
Partner - Creator II

Evan,

Would it be possible to share in Qlik Sense (.qvf) format

Thanks

Nagesh