6 Replies Latest reply: Aug 25, 2017 10:27 AM by Simone Trabattoni RSS

    Boxplots and set analysis

    Simone Trabattoni

      Hi community,

      I'm working woth the June 2017 release of Qlik Sense Desktop, and I'm fighting with boxplots. I want boxplot for workers and their sales, and a boxplot independent by selection of the single worker.

       

      The first boxplot is quite easy.

       

      dimension: worker

      measure: Sum(sale)

       

      Then I would like a boxplot independent by the selections of the worker, to compare the worker's behaviour with an overall behaviour.

       

      dimension: worker

      measure: Sum({$<[worker]=>}sale)

       

      The problem is there: set does not works properly (maybe my mistake).

      Attached an app with the example, and also a pie chart that is independent from worker selection.

       

      I'm frankly doubtful, because for example R does not need a dimension for a boxplot, here a simple example (different data, but you can easily understand) with the result:

       

      boxplot(x<-c(1,2,4,2,5,7,2))

       

      Rboxplot.PNG

       

       

      But Qlik yes, and maybe this is the key.

      However, my question is: can I have a boxplot independent by selections? If so, also independent by its dimension? And how?

      Thanks in advance

       

      EDIT:

      It seems there is a bug in Qlik, could you help me?

       

      Dirk Scharffetter, Jeffrey Goldberg, Mattias Malre Michael Tarallo

       

      EDIT:

      Posted in the Qlik Bug Group

       

      Boxplots and Set Analysis