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From here, you can either click to add data elements, like dimensions and measures, or you can drag-
and-drop them in.
are attributes that can be reported on, such as Name, Country, Product,
are the quantitative/numeric values that we are trying to measure, such as Sales $,
You can search or scroll down to find this value.
In the search box, type in
from the filtered list, and then
When a measure is added, you can choose from a list of common aggregations to summarize these
A more flexible expression editor is also available to create more complex or compound
More on this later.
The following visualization will now appear.
Note that there is a grey bar between Brazil and Mexico. Which means there were orders which were
never properly associated into Customers from the sample app.
Here you can see that Qlik will still allow
you to see your Customer Country data, but not lose focus on the fact that additional sales were
generated and could be relevant
: While a visualization or object is selected, a properties pane will be shown on the right
side of the screen.
The properties pane allows you to control the behavior, formatting, and appearance of
Areas of the properties pane are split into drawers and sub-drawers.