We love our recipes in Qlik land, none more so than master chef Rob Wunderlich (qlikviewcookbook), and they’re great but they do make me hungry. We use recipes as a way to describe processes but this time I thought it might be fun to use one as a way to describe an overall approach to building a dashboard in Qlik. These best practice tips are the kind of things I wish I’d known about when I first started out with Qlik and that even now are all too easily taken for granted. The link to open/download is below.
Link: A Recipe for a Dashboard
I’ve finished work for Christmas so I’ll be taking a short break from the blog to eat, drink and be merry with my friends and family. Driving back home from work earlier today Chris Rea’s dulcet tone came floating out of the car speakers with his aptly named song ‘Driving Home for Christmas.’ Continue reading Driving Home for Christmas
As a nod to the release of Star Wars Rogue One (and and excuse to try out a dark theme dashboard) I’ve put together a Qlik dashboard with some of the freely available Star Wars stats and data from around the internet.
Continue reading Star Wars Dashboard