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Mastering QlikView Data Visualization by Karl Pover

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Customer Fact sheet advanced components

Now that we've discussed the business story behind the customer fact sheet, let's review the different visualizations that compose it. We aim to create this perspective in the most precise way possible, so each one of the Post-it notes in our design will be separate objects. The labels and the numbers will be text objects that we align using the design grid tool that we introduced in Chapter 2, Sales Perspective.

In the next sections, we will review the following, more advanced components:

  • Bullet graphs
  • Sparklines

Bullet graph

The bullet chart was invented by Stephen Few to replace the bloated gauge chart in an information dashboard. Its compact design allows us to insert more information into a single view. ...

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