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Creating Stunning Dashboards with QlikView by Swizec Teller

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Subroutines

Subroutines are small chunks of code that you can easily include in your apps to automate common actions. As they are built using QlikView script, they can perform a wide variety of actions, and their ability to receive parameters makes them very flexible.

In this chapter's material, you can find an example that includes three bonus subroutines:

  • StoreQVD: This subroutine stores a table in QVD. Afterwards, it drops the table and keeps some useful metadata, such as the number of records and the time spent loading each element.
  • ImageBundleLoad: Instead of creating an inline table with all the images you need in your dashboard, arrange them in a single folder (it can contain several subfolders), and load them automagically with this subroutine ...

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