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Kohli
Creator II
Creator II

Top 3 values from the table?

I have table like

E.id, Basesalary

1, 1000

1, 2000

1, 3000

1, 5000

2, 2000

2, 3000

2, 4000

3,3000

3, 4000

4, 5000

4, 6000

Create a base salary table chart and highlight the top three with different colours. Use autogenerate number as id colum

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vishsaggi
Champion III
Champion III

Did you try the expr i sent in your Qliksense? You want to display only top 3 in your table?

If yes, try calculated dimension like:

For your E.id dimension write the below

= Aggr(IF(Rank(Max(Basesalary),4,1)<4, E.id), E.id)

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vishsaggi
Champion III
Champion III

Add Straight table and add

Dim: E.id

Expr: = Max(BaseSalary)

then in expr background add

= Pick(Rank(max(Basesalary),4,1), LightGreen(), LightGray(), LightRed())

alis2063
Creator III
Creator III

Expression:

IF(RANK(SUM(Amount))<4,SUM(Amount))

Background Expression:

IF(RANK(SUM(Amount))=1,rgb(255,0,0),

IF(RANK(SUM(Amount))=2,rgb(128,255,0),

IF(RANK(SUM(Amount))=3,rgb(0,255,255))))

Employee.jpg

Kohli
Creator II
Creator II
Author

Iam using QlikSense

vishsaggi
Champion III
Champion III

Did you try the expr i sent in your Qliksense? You want to display only top 3 in your table?

If yes, try calculated dimension like:

For your E.id dimension write the below

= Aggr(IF(Rank(Max(Basesalary),4,1)<4, E.id), E.id)

View solution in original post

Kohli
Creator II
Creator II
Author

yes, iam getting. But i want different colours.