# QlikView Layout & Visualizations

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New Contributor III

## Gauge chart: how to set min e max depending on cycle dimension

Hi, i've a total quantity of products i want to represent on a gauge chart depending on a cycle group:

- Agent

- Sales manager

- Area manager

I've tried to settle a MAX like this

=max(aggr(sum(QUANTITY),SALES_MANAGER)) but when a cycle my dimension on agent, it doesn't report their efforts in the right way.

Tks

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Honored Contributor II

## Re: Gauge chart: how to set min e max depending on cycle dimension

Try:

=Max(Aggr(Sum(Quantity),GetCurrentField("YourCyclicGroupName")))

Hope this helps,

Jason

New Contributor III

## Re: Gauge chart: how to set min e max depending on cycle dimension

Sorry, I',ve made a mistake, this formula gives me a error of bad min or max in the gauge. It looks like it doesn't recognize the cycle group

Honored Contributor II

## Re: Gauge chart: how to set min e max depending on cycle dimension

Can you be more specific?  Or better still please post your app.

New Contributor III

## Re: Gauge chart: how to set min e max depending on cycle dimension

Expression to calculate quantity, is this:

sum({<FG_NRT={'N'}>} QUANTITY) where set analyis FG_NRT is only to extract consolidated value, in the min and max i have:

MIN= 0

MAX= max(aggr(sum({<FG_NRT={'N'}>} QUANTITY),GetCurrentField("Area Analisi")))

i've tried also changing Area Analisi in Area_Analisi but no success

Honored Contributor II

## Re: Gauge chart: how to set min e max depending on cycle dimension

What value are you getting for Max and what do you expect?  try removing current selections in your Aggr():

= max(aggr(sum({1<FG_NRT={'N'}>} QUANTITY),GetCurrentField("Area Analisi")))

New Contributor III

## Re: Gauge chart: how to set min e max depending on cycle dimension

Neither previous nor this, it seems that the only way to solve the error is to calculate aggr for all the members of my cycle group excluding the min (agent) and max (area manager) aggregation

=Max(aggr(sum({<FG_NRT={'N'}>} QUANTITY), Sales manager))

Tks

Honored Contributor II

## Re: Gauge chart: how to set min e max depending on cycle dimension

Seriously, if you post a sample application it is much easier for us to help you.  I'm what you want can be achieved.

New Contributor III

## Re: Gauge chart: how to set min e max depending on cycle dimension

Give me more time to post the sample, i'm very interested to solve this problem in a smarter way. Tks