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Splitting Trend Lines in QlikView

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5 Comments

  1. kghovanlou

    I think your examples are fantastic, thank you. I’m having trouble downloading your example qvw though – it’s just a blank file?

  2. KS

    Very nice post, I’m having trouble downloading the QVW – it’s asking for credentials? Would love to take a look at this.

  3. Tomas

    Hi, thank you for great example! I have one issue with the split line chart – I created Expr2, Expr3 etc. but only one Expr is plotted at time (They are conditional controlled by variable). One of my expression is plotted with X – Y switched between, meaning I have years on Y axis instead of X axis. I cant figure why.. do you have any suggestion how to fix X, Y axis to stay when data are changed?

  4. Tomas

    Tomas :
    Hi, thank you for great example! I have one issue with the split line chart – I created Expr2, Expr3 etc. but only one Expr is plotted at time (They are conditional controlled by variable). One of my expression is plotted with X – Y switched between, meaning I have years on Y axis instead of X axis. I cant figure why.. do you have any suggestion how to fix X, Y axis to stay when data are changed?

    Nevermind, stupid error: the “X” and “Expr1” must be in this order also for other Expressions 🙂

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