Christmas Songs in Qlik Sense Charts

This year’s Quick Intelligence Christmas eCard features a number of Qlik Sense charts which give a clue as to the title of a Christmas song. Can you name them? Better still, can you create your own?

A while back I blogged on some of the new features in Qlik Cloud. After reading this post by Evan Siff I thought I would use Qlik Cloud to create our company Christmas eCard for the year.

Qlik Cloud is free to sign up for and use, and it has a great feature whee you can share charts online.

Once you have worked out the song title that these four charts, why not create your own to share with the world?

A recent change to Qlik Cloud means that you can sign in to it using the same login as you use for Qlik Community, just go to and click Log In. Qlik have provided some getting started resources for Qlik Sense, all of which are relevant to Qlik Cloud also (just be aware you need to upload your data using the My Personal Data Files link before you can use it).

Once you have built your chart simply right click it (or long hold if you are using a tablet) and select the Share option. This will give you links you can copy and paste into a blog, web site – or in the Comments area below. Simple!

Here are my initial Christmas Songs charts, I look forward to seeing what others can come up with.

By |2016-01-11T22:07:45+00:00December 21st, 2015|Qlik Sense|6 Comments

About the Author:

Steve is owner and principal consultant at Quick Intelligence. He is a Qlik Luminary, Qlik Community MVP and Technical Editor of a number of QlikView Books.


  1. qlikview Online Training classes December 21, 2015 at 10:04 am - Reply

    super information…

  2. batman&robin December 21, 2015 at 12:36 pm - Reply

    How nice!!!

    • Steve Dark December 24, 2015 at 1:00 pm - Reply

      Okay, here’s another one for you all. Good luck!

      Distance Walked Qlik KPI

  3. chaseman1973 January 14, 2016 at 6:18 pm - Reply

    Ok, Steve – give us the answers! The last one is really throwing me!

    • Steve Dark January 14, 2016 at 11:20 pm - Reply

      Glad it gave people something to think about. I was pleased with the last one, as everything on the chart is important. You have volume in dB, and for some of the time the number of dB is zero, so it’s silent. The time that it is silent for is from 10pm through to 6am, therefore night time. So…

  4. Dennis March 16, 2016 at 2:10 pm - Reply


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