3 Replies Latest reply: Jun 21, 2017 7:42 AM by Rohit Kumar RSS

    Create  Dimension scatter plot

    Celine Xu

      Hi,

      Wondering any chance I can use the dimensions instead of measure for drawing out the

      scatter plot

       

      Saying, having

       

      Career  as Y axis

      Age as X axis

      The size of the bubble is the #of age count in each age group

       

       

      Can people create this?

        • Re: Create  Dimension scatter plot
          Rohit Kumar

          Hi Celine,

          scatter need one dimension and two least measures, can you please define , there measure and one dimension then I can tell what exactly you are asking

            • Re: Create  Dimension scatter plot
              Celine Xu

              Hi Rohit,

               

              That is my question. I know how to do that using 2 measures.

              The measures need to be 2 axis X and Y

               

              but any chance I only use 1 measure.--which is not the X OR Y axis but the size of the buble

              and replace the X,Y using only dimension (category)

               

              any chance I can draw this graph?

                • Re: Create  Dimension scatter plot
                  Rohit Kumar

                  Hi Celine,

                   

                  Scatter and bubble chart need at least two measure, now you are saying , you wanna use X and Y dimension , you could use any aggregate function like count but in the end it has to be numbers on X and Y axis. and I believe if you do that it will not make any sense. What I can suggest you, Use heat map, I am sure you are looking a solution which match with http://branch.qlik.com/#!/project/56728f52d1e497241ae6983e.

                   

                  here dimension will be on X and Y axis and number will come in pane area.

                   

                   

                   

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                  Rohit Kumar