Is it a fact or a dimension? When starting out in dimensional modeling, this can be tricky. Well, this likely continues to be tricky sometimes. Facts are generally regarded as measures of the core business, and dimensions are usually descriptors of those facts. Good reference article from the Kimball Group.
This video shows how to enable and use the Show Alternatives feature in QlikView
Matt Floyd's insight:
The Show Alternatives feature can be tricky to explain to your end users, but it is a potentially powerful feature to add to your Qlikview applications. In this example, the QV developer shows an example of Show Alternatives that allows viewing of products sold in the years selected, without changing any other selections. It does add some complexity and nuance to the typical green-white-gray (selected, associated, not associated) scheme.
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