7 Replies Latest reply: Jul 19, 2013 9:06 AM by lionel925

# Set analysis writing

Hello

I am strugling a little bit with a set analysis formula.

I am placing bubble on a chart. The Y axis can be selected using a "cyclic group "

The X axis is based on a static dimension

I would like the bubble size to correspond to the pourcentage of the record of the columns

Something like Sum( X,Y)/Sum (X)

I am trying to use a set analysis to calculate the sum X but it's not working

• UTS = name of the group
• NB_Xtrem = name of the metrics
• sum( {<\$(=GetSelectedField(UTS))=  >} NB_Xtrem);

sum( {<\$(=GetSelectedField(UTS))=  >} NB_Xtrem);

the last } in red is underlined in red in qlikview

Must be stupid but I can't find the solution.

Lionel

• ###### Re: Set analysis writing

Try:

getcurrentfield( YourGroup )

sum( {<\$(=GetCurrentField(UTS))=>} NB_Xtrem)

This should work.

• ###### Re: Set analysis writing

I getting a result now but it seems that the selection is still applied

i have created 2 metrics,

• sum(NB_Xtrem)
• sum( {<\$(=GetCurrentField(UTS))=>} NB_Xtrem)

And they are giving the same value for a given bubble.

I would have expected the last one to be the same for all the bubbles of a given value of the X axis (UTS in on the Y axis).

• ###### Re: Set analysis writing

I am not sure if i have got your point. To have the same value for all X-axis, try this:

Sum({<\$(=GetCurrentField(UTS))=>} TOTAL NB_Xtrem)

• ###### Re: Set analysis writing

Thanks to "Tres qv" i have made some progress.

the getCurrentField instruction is working, I can see in a text box that the correct field is listed.

But i am still facing an issue, the set analysis doesn't seems to work as I obtain the same value for the 2 metrics (see above)

Any idea ?

• ###### Re: Set analysis writing

Hi,

You can try the if statement like this

If(GetCurrentField(UTS) ='Dimension1', Sum({<Dimension1=>} TOTAL NB_Xtrem),

If(GetCurrentField(UTS) ='Dimension2', Sum({<Dimension2=>} TOTAL NB_Xtrem),

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Hope this helps you.

Regards,

Jagan.

• ###### Re: Set analysis writing

Hi,

In Set analysis you can only use field names as a Set Modifier. Here your expression has functions which is not possible. Please Go with jagan mohan suggestion.

Even you cannot use {'1'}={'1'} in set analysis like we are doing in sql.

Regards,

Celambarasan

• ###### Re: Set analysis writing

Finaly based on Jagan proposal i have solved the issue with variables.

As the number and value of the X axis are predefined and limited (10) i have created one variable per value of the X axis, each of them dynamcally calculated

I can then in the bubble chart use a test to divide the value of each bubble of a given value of the x axis by the  cumulated value of all the bubbles for the same value of the x axis (stored in a varible)

Thanks