13 Replies Latest reply: Nov 28, 2017 2:04 AM by Anita Berg

# Nested IF Statements

Hello Qlik Users,

I need to have some nested if statements to turn ranges of scores into buckets.

My field is 'Total Score' and I need a bucket for scores greater than 99.99, scores between 99.99-95, and 94-90.

If some one could help with the syntax for multiple if statements that would be great.

Thanks

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Maybe something like

If( [Total Score] > 99.99, dual( '> 99.99', 100),

If([Total Score] >=95, Dual('95 - 99.99', 95),

If([Total Score] >=90 , Dual('90 - 95', 90) )

)

)

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i want to show status of completed and not completed details if aadhar card, passport, voter id equal to yes

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Did you check this, clean explanation of Bucket with multiple IF statement?

Buckets

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IF( Condition  , True, If( Condition , True) )  Hope this helps.

vikas

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hi  IF(material4='TAB','TAB',IF(material4='SMP','SMP','REL')) AS REL4, bjut its working fine i need to reflet this  material4 to REL4.

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Hi

If( [Total Score] > 99.99, 'A',

If([Total Score] <=99.99 and [Total Score] >=95),'B',

If([Total Score] <95 and [Total Score] >=90,'C','D')))

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Thanks.  Solved a similar problem for me.

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Is there a more efficient method to nested if statements?

In Excel VBA I would use the "Case Select" function.  Is there something similar in Qlikview?

• ###### Re: Nested IF Statements

If( [Total Score] > 99.99, 'A',

If([Total Score] <=99.99 and [Total Score] >=95),'B',

If([Total Score] <95 and [Total Score] >=90,'C','D'))

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How would I nest the IF statements using the following script?

IF([Expenditure Type]='FB, Classified Staff','FB',)

IF([Expenditure Type]='FB, Univ Staff,'FB',)

IF([Expenditure Type]=’Awards & Prizes (Cash)’,’Reward &  Recognition’,)

IF([Expenditure Type]= 'Emp, Recognition Awrd-Non Txbl','Reward  & Recognition',)

IF([Expenditure Type]= 'Employee, Recognition Awards','Reward  &  Recognition',)

IF([Expenditure Type]= ‘Eq Capital Network Servers’,'Hardware’,)

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you have to nested if statement for this expression

if statement contains comma (,) is represented by "else" part .

In your else part put after comma.

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Hi Tara,

Just because you have comparison by one field, I would use Pick(Match()) or Pick(Wildmatch()) functions, e.g.

Pick(Wildmatch([Expenditure Type],'FB, Classified Staff','FB, Univ Staff', ’Awards & Prizes (Cash)’,'*'),

'FB','FB','Reward &  Recognition’,'Other'

)

It's much shorter and cleaner

Regards,

Sergey