I believe you have a misguided understanding of set analysis.
Extracted from Qlik Help:
"Normally, when you make a selection, aggregation functions, such as Sum, Max, Min, Avg, and Count aggregate over the selections that you have made: the current selections. Your selections automatically define the data set to aggregate over. With set analysis you can define a group that is independent of the current selections. This can be useful if you want to show a particular value, for example, the market share of a product across all regions, irrespective of the current selections."
So, if your not aggregating the data in some way (as examplified by the functions above) you should do what you need in the LOAD script rather than set analysis.
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Hope it helps.