Qlik

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1993
  |  By Clive Bearman & David Freriks
Earlier today, Qlik announced its expanded role as a Snowflake Cortex launch partner, and this article explains how the two solutions work together to benefit our customers. Let’s begin by quickly reviewing Snowflake Cortex.
  |  By Julianne DeVincenzo
Our ability to tell stories is an art form as old as language itself. From ancient cave paintings to oral traditions passed through generations, the essence of stories has evolved alongside our communication methods. It began with visual tales etched on cave walls, transitioned into spoken narratives, and eventually found its way into written, printed, and typed forms.
  |  By James Fisher
I have been having quite a bit of fun in this blog series exploring the “sliding doors” (or divergent paths) that organizations can take with their AI and data initiatives. The right door can lead to great value, as I covered in my previous posts on ESG reporting, data products, and responsible AI.
  |  By Christopher Kerr
At Qlik, we're witnessing a thrilling shift in the landscape of data analysis, customer engagement, and decision-making processes, all thanks to the advent of generative AI, especially Large Language Models (LLMs). The potential for transformation across all sectors is enormous, but the journey toward integration can be daunting for many businesses with many leaders wondering where to start in integrating the exciting capabilities of AI into their daily workflows.
  |  By James Fisher
In this blog series, I have been exploring the “sliding doors” – or divergent paths - organizations can take with data and analytics. Sometimes, grabbing the wrong door means missing out on creating the most value with your data. But in some instances, it can also lead you on a more serious path of breach of compliance with regulations.
  |  By Clever Anjos
Data engineers play a crucial role in leveraging the immense potential of SAP data to drive smarter decisions and foster innovation. However, integrating and analyzing this valuable information can be complex and time-consuming. But it doesn’t need to be. In this blog post, we will explore how Qlik Cloud Data Integration and Databricks together make it much easier to harness the power of SAP data and blend that data in Databricks, in a cost-effective manner.
  |  By Chris Powell
Perhaps it's the awe-inspiring films about space exploration (my personal favorite – Apollo 13) that evoke the image of NASA as a place buzzing with activity, filled with screens displaying data, charts, and ALWAYS a big countdown clock. However, one of NASA's most recent challenges may surprise you - the task of cracking open a billion-dollar canister filled with ancient asteroid dust.
  |  By Roy Horgan
In an age of rapid technological transformation, governments are playing regulatory catch-up as they try to keep pace with technological developments and the increasing amount of personal identifiable information (“PII”) generated by our every-day lives. Privacy laws regulating the use of PII continue to strengthen (Gartner estimates that while 10% of the world’s population was covered by comprehensive privacy laws in 2020, by year-end 2024 it will be 75%).
  |  By James Fisher
In this blog series, I am exploring the “sliding doors”, or divergent paths, for creating value with data across different use cases, practices, and strategies. In this post, I want to discuss how to generate value with Data Products. As I reviewed in my last blog, grabbing the door to the better path for managing your data isn’t just about solving your particular use case: it’s ultimately about delivering value for your business.
  |  By Clever Anjos
Data engineers and architects are being asked to do more with their enterprise data than ever before. Yet, the knowledge gap between what businesses want to do with data and how they can accomplish it is growing daily—especially considering today's AI hype cycle. With all that noise in the market, it's easy to see how organizations struggle to keep pace with innovation.
  |  By Qlik
Check out the latest improvements with Qlik's data visualizations and dashboard design, showing you the new ways of designing and working with the new layout container, charts, sheets and applications. No-code and fully customizable along with many new styling capabilities.
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This week a new Dimension type for Master Item Dimensions is available, Cyclic groups. You all know that Master Items offer a centralized, reusable governed library of measures, expressions, visualizations and both single and drillable dimensions – now with Cyclic group defined dimensions – you can dynamically cycle through dimensions in every chart, at the same time using a click of a button or simple selection. Offering new ways to analyze data, save precious screen space and enable multiple use cases on a single chart.
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In my last blog / video. I showed you how to easily create visual buttons to apply selections and change their visual selection state so they can appear enabled or disabled (selected, not-selected). In this video I'll show you how to setup a filter panel using buttons and the layout container to create a simple collapsible filter panel that is both esthetic and functional while also providing real estate for your dashboard objects.
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Ever wonder how those Qlik experts make those awesome interactive dashboards? It is easier than you think. Check out this video that quickly shows you how to create custom beautiful buttons to apply selections and visually represent an active or non-active selection state. Allowing users just another way to analyze data in a way that is easy and familiar.
  |  By Qlik
Join Michael Tarallo, along with special guests Product Manager Andrew Kruger and Principal Platform Architect Johnny Poole, for part 2 of Qlik Tabular Reporting. In this session, the focus shifts to the migration path for NPrinting users, exploring available utilities, migration paths and best practices for a seamless transition.
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Automated free text feature engineering uses sophisticated algorithms under the hood to allows far better prediction from free text fields. This complements the date feature engineering capability we released last year, which automatically parses dates into usable features. Organizations now have role-based access control for AutoML users. We’ve added two new user roles to support AutoML – experiment contributors and deployment contributors, which can be assigned to specific users or groups. With this, you can now control and limit access to AutoML to the right types of users.
  |  By Qlik
Explore the many ways to locate, access and consume content within the Continuous Classroom to better enable you to find what you are looking for and help you become more familiar with our learning platform.
  |  By Qlik
Easily create a simple column to represent a rating using icons ASCII Icons / symbols reference.
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Create dynamic tabular reports by combining the Qlik add-in for Microsoft Excel with report preparation features available within a Qlik Sense app. Deliver report output by email and to folders defined in Microsoft SharePoint connections. Reports can be in.xlsx or PDF format.
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We delve into Generative AI capabilities, seamless application automation integration, and robust machine learning using AutoML. The webinar aims to unravel the behind-the-scenes magic that powers the application. Attendees can anticipate gaining valuable insights into the methodologies and technologies that contribute to enhanced predictability and data-driven decision-making.
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You have access to more data than ever before. Are you truly using it to your advantage? And where are you most likely to get results when you do? Businesses around the world are using data to transform every aspect of operations - but some use cases are more powerful, and more profitable, than others.
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Collecting "big data" was once big news. But companies are realizing that big data projects aren't delivering their expected ROI because building a repository is just part of the equation. Read this eBook to see how Qlik helps organizations like biopharmaceutical company Shire plc, Texas Children's Hospital, online gaming developer King.com, and more gain big insights from big data-for big impact.
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Data has always held tremendous value. But for decades, most of that value has been left on the table. Complexity, technical limits, bottlenecks, and skill gaps have kept insights hidden and analytics out of the hands of business users. With the 3rd generation of BI, that's about to change.
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Businesses everywhere understand a basic truth in today's economy: No enterprise can lead - or even survive - without analytics. But not all analytics platforms are created equal. Choosing the right one is essential to making discoveries that have the power to drive real change. But too often the evaluation is based on narrowly-focused criteria around just features and functions, limiting the impact analytics can bring to your organization.
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Qlik Core is a new product offering for developers wanting to create and deploy analytic data-driven cloud applications at scale. Qlik Core is a developer's platform for building, deploying, extending data driven analytical applications at massive scale within any environment resulting in better user adoption, engagement and customer satisfaction.
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Data-driven retailers are using visual analytics to address the 3 major shifts surrounding omni-channel retail. Three major shifts have shaken the very foundations of retail: Consumers are empowered and more demanding; supply chains must accommodate omni-channel shopping and services; and the role of stores goes far beyond converting show-roomers.
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There continues to be an incredible amount of interest in the topic of Big Data. It has transcended from a trend to being simply part of the current IT lexicon. For some organizations, its use has already become an operational reality; providing unprecedented ability to store and analyze large volumes of disparate data that are critical to the organization's competitive success.
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Every action a healthcare provider, payer, administrator, or patient takes creates new data. The challenge in healthcare is no longer finding data - but making it usable and actionable. This requires knowing what to do with the data you have, and understanding the relationships that exist within it.
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Whether you are a product manager looking to get to market fast with powerful and intuitive visual analytics for your customers or a business owner looking to differentiate your solution to gain a competitive advantage we hope you will find this paper useful.
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Join Qlik's Global Market Intelligence lead and former Gartner analyst Dan Sommer to learn why 2018 is the year for the "de-silofication" of data.

Qlik® delivers intuitive platform solutions for self-service data visualization, guided analytics applications, embedded analytics and reporting to approximately 48,000 customers worldwide. Companies of all sizes, across all industries and geographies, use Qlik solutions to visualize and explore information, generate insight and make better decisions.

QlikView is a proven, market-leading data discovery product that offers rapidly developed, highly interactive guided analytics applications and dashboards, purpose built for business challenges. QlikView allows users to rapidly build and deploy analytic apps without the need for professional development skills, driving faster response to changing business requirements, shorter time to value, and more insight across the organization.

Qlik Sense gives you data superpowers. Easily combine all your data sources, no matter how large, into a single view. Qlik’s Associative engine indexes every possible relationship in your data so you can gain immediate insights and explore in any direction your intuition takes you. Unlike query-based tools, there’s no pre-aggregated data and predefined queries to hold you back. That means you can ask new questions and create analytics without having to build new queries or wait for the experts.