17 Replies Latest reply: Oct 17, 2016 8:09 AM by Mohit Dahiya

# Set Analysis depends upon different Conditions

Dear Friends,

Requirement is in QlikSense . Not in Qlikview. No Conditional chart is present.

I Have Doctors and Year Like

Doctor     Year                         Revenue

Sunny      2014,2015 ,2016        455667

Manish    2014, 2015                 467787

Arjun       2014, 2015 ,2016        454767

Jagan      2015                           754344

Mohit       2014                            4577

Now Requirement is

1.) if i don't select any thing then current year.

2.)if the doctor is selected Like manish current year is not present then chart should be blank.

3.) but if we select again a year for manish like 2014 in the data should show for the 2014 year. Then it will depend on the selected Year.

Regards,

Mohit Dahiya

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Chart should be blank, but it should be visible or should it hide? If it should be visible, you can play with GetSelectedCount() function, right?

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@sunny Bro No issue can be visible.Yes i Can play with get selected Count. Thanks bro i will try.

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So may be like this:

Sum({<Year = {"\$(=If(GetSelectedCount(Year) = 0, Max({1}Year), Max(Year)))"}>}Revenue)

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Max({1}Year) Bro can you explain this

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Max({1} Year) is going to calculate Max(Year) ignoring any selection because I have used {1} in the set analysis.

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Thanks bro i got it.set identitfiers.

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If bro i need same conditions on doctors. if nothing is select then current years doctors other wise according to the years.

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Doctor is an expression or dimension?

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Dimension

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And what is your expression? This?

Sum({<Year = {"\$(=If(GetSelectedCount(Year) = 0, Max({1}Year), Max(Year)))"}>}Revenue)

If this is your only expression then it should already be doing what you are looking for, is it not doing that?

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No bro i want that condition on a filter.

i need to give a filter on the basis of same condition.

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Oh okay.... I see what you mean... May be try this as your filter expression:

Aggr(Only({<Year = {"\$(=If(GetSelectedCount(Year) = 0, Max({1}Year), Max(Year)))"}>}Doctor), Doctor)

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Not working bro.

i need this for a separate  filter or only for list box.

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I don't see a reason why this wouldn't work. Can you share a sample?

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Bro like

By default sunny and arjun should there in filter for the current year else according to selection.

this is the  filter and list box i need Sunny and arjun  for this year if i didn't select anything else according to the selection.

selection

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I am sort of understanding what you mean Mohit, but would you be able to share a qvf to see the issue?