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Creating Stunning Dashboards with QlikView by Swizec Teller

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Tables

Tables are a simple, yet very powerful, means for visualizing data. Despite the fact that some designers disregard them due to their lack of visual impact, these objects are an integral part of any robust application in QlikView. Most of the time, charts are the preferred medium to spot trends and find outliers, but a table's ability to show great amounts of data in a flexible and accurate manner makes it an invaluable element for dashboard designers.

QlikView offers three options to display information in a tabular format:

  • Straight table (chart object): This is one of the most flexible objects in QlikView. You can include as many dimensions and expressions as you want (just be careful with the horizontal scroll bar). It has two awesome features ...

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