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Loading Data from Online CSV Sources into Qlik

There are myriad different data sources out there, and it is possible to load any of them into Qlik. Some are easier than others, sure, but there is always a way. There are good articles and posts on some of the trickier sources, but today I want to show you how you can bring in CSV data from GitHub. This means you can pull up to date, crowdsourced and governed data directly into your applications, just by following these simple steps. […]

By |2021-01-08T10:17:30+00:00January 8th, 2021|Load Script, Qlik Sense Tutorials|0 Comments

Analysing Sense Session Logs

There are a number of monitoring apps that ship with Qlik Sense Enterprise on Premise, some of which you need to upload to your site. All of these are black-boxes to an extent though. What if you want to build your own analysis over the Sense log files? Well, this blog post has you covered. […]

By |2020-08-20T18:38:04+00:00August 20th, 2020|Qlik Sense Tutorials|4 Comments

Reading RSS Feeds with Qlik REST Connector

Qlik Sense can consume data from just about any data source and present it visually. One rich source of data you may not have considered though is the RSS feed for a blog. This can, however, be loaded by Sense just like any other source. This blog post describes how and gives the code for reading from WordPress (and perhaps other) RSS feeds. […]

By |2020-07-15T15:56:12+00:00July 15th, 2020|Qlik Sense Tutorials|1 Comment

Instant Qlik Sense Application

Over the years I’ve gathered a number of bits of code that I have reused, across both QlikView and Sense. Something that is always helpful is allowing users to pick expressions and/or dimensions in their applications. Recently I decided to pull the most useful techniques into a single app, which you can download and use. This post introduces the QI Instant Sense Application and describes a bit about how it works. […]

By |2020-06-22T10:27:06+00:00June 22nd, 2020|Qlik Sense, Qlik Sense Tutorials|0 Comments

Cloud File Services and Qlik Sense Business

Sense Business is Qlik’s flagship Cloud offering, and it is now possible to build and securely share full featured apps in the Cloud. Not having to provision a server and manage authentication can save a lot of time for a small business wanting to use Sense. If you are loading flat files though (such as CSVs or Excel files) it is not so obvious how to bring them in. This post explains all. […]

By |2020-03-12T15:48:43+00:00March 12th, 2020|Qlik Sense Tutorials|2 Comments

Triggering events with Qlik, IFTTT and Webhooks

Something I often say is that a Qlik dashboard is only worthwhile if it causes someone to take an action. But what if that action could be taken automatically? IFTTT (If This Then That) is a platform that allows different services to talk to each other and trigger events. In this post I look at how a Qlik load script can start an action. Specifically, it defines how you can play We Are The Champions on the office stereo when a new customer is won. Obviously. […]

By |2020-01-02T10:46:07+00:00January 2nd, 2020|Qlik Sense Tutorials|1 Comment

Signing Up For a Free Trial of Qlik Sense Business

Qlik Sense Business is the new Cloud offering from Qlik. It is a fully featured BI platform, with a low cost of entry. Here is an extract from our Sense Training Course which describes signing up for a trial of Qlik Sense Business. After following these simple steps you will be ready to drag some data into your browser and get analysing. […]

By |2019-11-12T13:59:23+00:00November 12th, 2019|Qlik Sense Tutorials|2 Comments

Disable Sense Chart Suggestions and Insights

During the recent Qlik Luminary Meetup we were shown some really neat new features coming to the Qlik platform. Most of which I can not tell you about. However, I can tell you about two toggles already available in the product, These allow you to disable Sense Chart Suggestions and Insights for certain apps. […]

By |2019-10-27T13:16:20+00:00October 27th, 2019|Qlik Sense Tutorials|2 Comments

Prior Period Comparison Using Qlik Set Analysis

One of the most powerful features of the Qlik expression language is Set Analysis. This syntax allows you to build visualisations to compare sets, most notably delivering prior period comparisons. This blog post pulls together some previous posts and examples which use Set Analysis. […]

By |2019-09-03T10:42:00+00:00September 3rd, 2019|Qlik Sense Tutorials|0 Comments
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