You can create data islands. As the name says it is a field disconnected from the others so when you select one filter the data island will not be affected.
Or you can use set analysis like this:
Imagine 2 linked fields, Country and Revenue. When i select 1 contry only 1 revenue is shown (just like in you case). To make all Revenues able to be shown i will use this set analysis in the objects that i want (obviusly i will have to use some calculation like sum, average...):
This makes the selection of country to not affect the object.
Hi Kenneth - I see you are new to Qlik - so some of these responses might be a bit daunting. Our Qlik Community is great, but may forget to look at the users level number and may assume the common Qlik language is understood.
You have a couple of good suggestions here - please advise if you need clarity on them.
In short what you are experiencing is part of our associative technology - which automatically displays related and unrelated values using the color scheme green, white and shades of grey - if you want to learn more you can read this post here: The Associative Difference
Now in regards to your questions:
The values that show up in gray - are not related to the current selections.
- Do you not want them to appear in gray?
- Would you rather have them removed from the list?
If you can described your use case a bit better - we can propose perhaps better ideas.
Set Analysis is an expression syntax that can restrict measures uses in visualizations to a sub-set of data that you define - there is an option to ignore any selections - so the visualization's measure displays only that measure even where someone selects values from list boxes and charts - it is very powerful expression and can be used for a number of things. There are some beginner videos on the topic here:
If you have time, I suggest you take a moment to review them.
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