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Mastering QlikView by Stephen Redmond

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Using advanced Set Analysis

Basic Set Analysis should be in even the most junior QlikView developer's arsenal of tools. The ability to add modifiers, most frequently to the $ set, allows us to perform some very useful calculations that we either couldn't perform at all without Set Analysis, or that would have required us to do a lot more work.

Identifying the identifiers

We should already know about at least two of the identifiers that we can use in a Set Analysis expression: 1 and $. We also should know that the $ set is the default so that if there is no set identifier specified, then QlikView will use the $ set, which is just for current selections.

The following table shows a list of all the identifiers that you may come across:

Identifier

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