Until Qlik Sense has only the subset functionality of QlikView, they will coexist.
Qlik Sense has a great functionality, I like the platform, it's easy to use, easy to understand, it is great,
but I think it has a lower visualisation level than QlikView. Therefore who is comfort with QlikView, the Qlik Sense is seen ugly by him/her.
Hi Guys - I like this debate and encourage feedback such as this. I will comment here as well to provide existing context and clarity. Overall and in a general sense, Qlik Sense (immediately out-of-the-box) is for a different user audience. It is "self-service" data visualization, out of the box, where QlikView usually requires more preparation and design effort to create prepared applications that self-service types would then use to answer questions, vs building it themselves.
QlikView is powerful and customizable, but so is Qlik Sense. Out-of-the-box it is for the casual, non-developer types, not-too-technical business user, but savy enough to access data and know what questions they want to answer. With Qlik Sense, yes you may not be able to create everything exactly the way you did in QlikView - but we are developing new and better ways to do, things, so instead of just replicating we are innovating.
Take a look at these examples and videos to give you a better understanding of the use cases that Qlik Sense can handle and you can see a truly powerful analytics platform and not just a simple visualization tool. Also see some of the innovations that were are working with that will also help answer some of your questions.
I am happy to continue this debate and more than happy to clarify and answer any question just tag me @mto so I am aware of the reply.