The last few version of Qlik Sense have been so new feature-rich that for experienced developers it can be easy to forget about the importance of the basics – none more important than the Green, White and Grey that set Qlik apart from the competition. It’s the first thing any new user or developer should learn but what’s the best way to understand it? It recently struck me that the Green, White and Grey is a lot like a game of ‘Guess Who?’, the family classic board game. Let’s explore that idea…
Following on from my interview with Jordan Morrow – Global Head of Data Literacy – from Qlik I have put together a list of data literacy resources. You can use these to further not only your own data literacy but to get the discussions flowing within your organisation: Continue reading “Data Literacy Resources”
Qlik Sense June 2018 is now available! I’ve taken a look at some of the new features in the following video:
One of the undoubted highlights of Qonnections 2018 was Jordan Morrow’s keynote speech on Data Literacy and after attending one of his breakout sessions on the subject we all walked out into the Florida sun full of inspiration. Jordan is the Global Head of Data Literacy at Qlik, the man tasked with taking on one of the key issues of our time, but what exactly is data literacy and why is it so important?
Qlik Sense April 2018 is now available. I’ve recorded a short video that looks at some of the major updates:
How many people do you need to gather together before it becomes more likey than not that two people share a birthday? 150? 200? The answer is surprising and counter-intuitive… just 23! Let’s use Qlik to break it down.
We’ve all experienced pain when using section access. Qlik Sense addressed one of the headaches by allowing you to right-click on an app and “open without data” in order to access your script if you lock yourself out. However, Sense has introduced a problem that never existed in QlikView; that omitted fields cause visualisations to fail. Continue reading “The Problem With Section Access in Sense (With Workarounds)”
A couple of weeks ago I was asked to create a quiz application with Qlik Sense. My company, Catalyst IT, had a sponsor’s stand at Thursday’s excellent Qlik Guru Day in London and we wanted to have something fun at our stand involving Qlik Sense (we also had a hololense displaying augmented reality, 3D interactive charts). Continue reading “Qlik Sense Quiz”
Taking your Qlik exams and becoming certified is a great way of proving your knowledge, not just of Qlik but of understanding customer requirements, the Windows environment, business intelligence best practice and lot, lot more. The content is broad and therefore revision is required but where are the best learning resources, how much do they cost (though some are free) and which exams are they aimed at? Continue reading “Qlik Exam Preparation”