Hands-On Dashboard Development with QlikView

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Learn
  • Learn to use the latest and newest features of QlikView
  • Connect QlikView to various data sources, such as databases and websites
  • Create a fully featured data model without circular references
  • Display your data in maps, charts, and text across multiple sheets
  • Apply set analysis to your data in QlikView expressions
  • Secure your data based on the various audience types
About

QlikView is one of the market leaders when it comes to building effective Business Intelligence solutions. This book will show how you can leverage its power to build your own dashboards to tell your own data story.

The book starts with showing you how to connect your data to QlikView and create your own QlikView application. You will learn how to add data from multiple sources, create a data model by joining data, and then review it on the front end. You will work with QlikView components such as charts, list boxes, input boxes, and text objects to create stunning visualizations that help give actionable business insights. You will also learn how to perform analysis on your data in QlikView and master the various types of security measures to be taken in QlikView.

By the end of this book, you will have all the essential knowledge required for insightful data storytelling and creating useful BI dashboards using QlikView.

Features
  • Perform effective storytelling through interactive dashboards built with QlikView
  • Create different types of visualizations from a variety of data sources
  • Includes tips, tricks, and best practices to perform effective Business Intelligence using QlikView
Page Count 156
Course Length 4 hours 40 minutes
ISBN 9781838646110
Date Of Publication 19 Mar 2019

Authors

Abhishek Agarwal

Abhishek Agarwal has 12+ years' experience in developing analytical solutions. He is a seasoned business intelligence (BI) professional with expertise in multiple technologies. He has been teaching BI technologies for the past 5+ years, working in a similar domain. He uses QlikView, Power BI, Tableau, and a couple of other technologies for end-to-end analytical solution development in his current work.