1 Reply Latest reply: Mar 6, 2013 1:37 PM by Mike Garciam RSS

    The Magic of Set Analysis - Point in Time Reporting

    Paul Van Siclen

      Do you do Point in Time Reporting in your apps? 



      Point in Time Reporting in QlikView is solved very nicely on the following blog:





      This is the best step by step guide to using Set Analysis on Financial reports.  Calculating expressions but summarized over specific time periods are a key focus of any Financial Institution and are thoroughly explained:


      • Rolling x month average
      • Current Month v. Prior Month
      • Current Month v. Same Month Last Year
      • Quarter to Date
      • Year to Date v. Year to Date Prior Year


      One of the keys is to create a unique id field for each month and each quarter, this allows you to display whatever you want in your expression based on simple math (i.e. Prior Month = Monthid -1)


      The blogger (who is also associated with "QlikView 11 for Developers") has explained the process in a meaningful and easy to understand way.

        • Re: The Magic of Set Analysis - Point in Time Reporting
          Mike Garciam

          Hi Paul,


          Thank you very much for sharing a link to my blog on your post. I'm pleased to know you have found the "Point In Time" article useful and relevant to your QlikView Development efforts.


          The series of posts on Set Analysis I published on iQlik where then taken as a starting point to write a whole chapter and expand on the subject in the book I co-authored "QlikView 11 for Developers".


          I hope the upcoming posts on the blog, as well as the book itself, continue to be useful for you and the QV Community.