7 Replies Latest reply: Aug 4, 2017 2:10 AM by Sriram Sitaraman

# What is the correct approach?

Can You Help Me Out?

Which of the following statements is correct?

- The grouping, by which you want to show results in a chart is known as the dimension.

- Dimensions are calculations used in charts, created from an expression composed of aggregation functions, such as Sum or Max

- Measures are calculations used in charts, typically represented on the x-axis of a bar chart or a column in a table.

- Sum() is used to count the number of values in each chart dimension.

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Hi Kevin,

The first one is the right statement.

By the way, what is this - taking a quiz somewhere?

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- The grouping, by which you want to show results in a chart is known as the dimension.

- Dimensions Measures are calculations used in charts, created from an expression composed of aggregation functions, such as Sum or Max

- Measures are calculations used in charts, typically represented on the x-axis y-axis of a bar chart or a column in a table.

- Sum() Count() is used to count the number of values in each chart dimension.

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Hello Kevin,

Trust that you are doing good!

Good to know that you are keen to explore QlikView by actively participating in Qlik Community. However, it is my kind request that do not put certification related Questions (MCQs) on this forum. If you need any assistance related to certification program please refer below links:

https://qlikcentral.com/2014/04/08/certification/

How to Prepare for Your QlikView 11 Certification Exam

Hope you understood my concern.

Regards!

Rahul Pawar

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Many Thanks Kevin for taking this in Sportsmanship spirit!

I request you to start exploring things/concepts by doing sufficient hands-on; this will help you to understand the concept and its applications.

Regards!

Rahul Pawar

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Sure thing! no problem! I'm still a newbie here so taking an advise from experts is my best choice... Thanks Rahul!

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I am 100% sure that very soon we will have another expert with us to serve the community (You know what I am talking ;-) )