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How to flip a Qlikview Chart Table

   Words by CRM Consultancy

   on 15/04/2016 08:00:00

Qlikview allows us to add Chart Tables to our Dashboard to plot data or aggregated data over groups – and these groups can often represent groupings by date for Day, Week or Month.

By default our Chart Table will present each Dimension as a New Row, with the Expressions as additional Columns:


This format can be fine for certain types of Table Charts, however when we are working with Date Groupings we often want these Groupings to stretch out across the Dashboard – so we have N number of Columns and a Fixed Number of Rows.

To implement this in our Dashboard, we can access the Properties of the Chart, and then the Presentation Tab, to find the Checkbox for ‘Hortizontal’.


Ticking this Checkbox will then ‘flip’ the Chart and set our Dimension Groupings as new Columns, and our List of Expressions as a fixed number of Rows running down.


This can be useful for handling a variable number of Groups as allows the Dashboard User to read from Left to Right for the data within this Table rather than scrolling down. (particularly when plotting Dates over Time)

As this mimics the normal reading pattern, this typically gives us a better dashboard.

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