1 Reply Latest reply: Oct 25, 2017 7:33 AM by Patric Nordström RSS

    Aggregating network edges on a global map

    Michael Ng

      I currently have a huge dataset of movements across the world from point A to B, country to country. So I would need to visualize my data exactly to how it looks like below:

      routes.jpg

       

      However, i would need to keep my data at a "shipment" level. So that I can filter by month, year, carrier, or any other data cut.

      The line thickness will need to be aggregated in browser, according to the filters set by the user. Does QlikSense support this?

       

      And how is the performance like? How many edges can I really display at one go in QlikSense?

       

      This is also similar to the questions posted here:

      https://stackoverflow.com/questions/36681390/gephi-aggregating-edges

      https://stackoverflow.com/questions/33307942/edges-with-same-source-and-target-in-gephi

        • Re: Aggregating network edges on a global map
          Patric Nordström

          Hi Michael,

          Sure, that can be done in Qlik Sense with QlikGeoAnalytics, you can aggregate on country to country routes while still showing KPIs based on shipments. Filter by month, year, carrier, or any other data cut is standard in Sense. Line thickness can be set with based on your expressions and KPIs. 15,000-20,000 lines is no problem at all.

           

          Lines.png

           

          Thanks,

          Patric Nordström

          Qlik