QlikSense Set Analysis – Creating and Using Variables

QlikSense Set Analysis – Creating and Using Variables

Patrick McCaffrey Practice Director, Business Analytics John Daniel Associates, Inc.  Patrick’s Profile The majority of Qlik application developers will tell you that a large portion of their time is spent doing rework for customers who consistently change the scope of work. This can be very frustrating, especially after hours of work have been spent placing business logic in numerous complex expressions and the customer comes […]

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IBM Cognos Analytics – Conditional Notifications

IBM Cognos Analytics – Conditional Notifications

Bryan Scheck  Business Analytics Specialist  John Daniel Associates, Inc.  Bryan’s Profile Recently I was asked by a client to setup notifications for a daily report output. This is a routine request that can be addressed within the Cognos portal by creating and scheduling a job for the report. The unique challenge presented in my case however was that the client wanted results to be emailed […]

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Qlik Optimization Techniques

Qlik Optimization Techniques

Patrick McCaffrey Practice Director, Business Analytics  John Daniel Associates, Inc. Patrick’s Profile We have previously discussed some ways to optimize our Qlik applications. If you would like to review that post you may find it here.  I would like to expand this post with some new ideas and techniques for whenever you run into a large and complex application. First, let’s set the stage for […]

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Qlik Sense SSL Certificate for Deployment

Qlik Sense SSL Certificate for Deployment

Bethany Famiglietti Business Analytics Specialist John Daniel Associates, Inc. Bethany’s Profile  In this post we’re going to look at how quick and easy it is to procure and install an SSL certificate on your Qlik Sense deployment. This assumes you are starting with only the self-signed certificates, and that you want to use a certificate generated by a signing authority for use on an externally […]

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Dan Volitich says: Whose data is it anyway?

Dan Volitich says: Whose data is it anyway?

Dan Volitich President John Daniel Associates, Inc. Dan’s Profile Good News, Bad News. Good news is that Excel can now hold more than 65,536 rows of data. Bad news is that Excel can now hold more than 65,536 rows of data. It is not uncommon for users to ask for everything they “need” downloaded into Excel. This confuses the IT group and usually generates responses […]

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