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In-Column subtotals and totals using multiple Date types

Hi all,

I'm new to Qlikview and am completely stymied on how to achieve the following:

QlikView Help Pic 7-29-2015.JPG

1) I have no idea if I should start with a pivot table base, or a straight table, or something else.

2) I have no idea how to put QTD and YTD rows interspersed with Months

3) Etc

Thanks!

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Hi Sam,

Please see my very simple approach to question on the file attached.

I hope it helps you get there.

Kind regards,

Nuno

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swuehl
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Please have a look into this blog post and the referenced sample app.

How IntervalMatch Solved My Profit and Loss Dilemma

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Hi Sam,

Please see my very simple approach to question on the file attached.

I hope it helps you get there.

Kind regards,

Nuno

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Nuno,

Your solution seems to make the chart horizontal rather than vertical. Am I missing something?

Thanks,


Sam

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Hi Sam,

It is a pivot table and maybe the format got lost. Try playing with the dimensions, dragging the horizontal dimensions to the top.

Hope this helps.

Kind regards,

Nuno

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Would you paste a picture of your solution?

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I don't understand what you mean by "dragging the horizontal dimensions to the top."

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Sure.table.PNG

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This is awesome! But I can't seem to get it to look like that. Mine proceeds out horizontally rather than vertically.

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Is this the same file that you posted before? If not, could/would you post the file that generated this picture, please?

Thanks so much!