Added by Vishal Sharma on July 26, 2016 at 7:30am —
In developing Qlik sense application we some time faced a task to create cyclic drill in Qlik Sense, and yes its not a feature of Qlik sense Charts available currently.
I searched the community and found solutions, thanks you all for the same. However No single post was there to describe it Hence this blog.
Now below are the some ways to achieve Cyclic Group
First lets set up the basic setting which will be done for all solution mention… Continue
Added by Vishal Sharma on May 6, 2016 at 12:23am —
Currently I am working on number of projects for scaling and developing BI solution in Qlikview for our clients. Following are some learning that I have got:
Scaling - when it comes to Qlikview it’s the most difficult question I have been asked. Reason is that a part of answer (and dare I say most crucial one) lies with the person asking it i.e. end customer; which is the amount of data that they are expecting the system to hold. Once we have this answer and keeping in consideration… Continue
Added by Vishal Sharma on July 21, 2015 at 6:17am —
Currently I am working on a academic project that helps to identify factors that an organization must consider while creating a pricing policy. No this article has not to do anything around this but to set the context this is required.
When we talk about what should be the price of a particular thing? We need to answer a simple question
Do people really want that and how much are they willing to pay for it?
This was where my research… Continue
Added by Vishal Sharma on January 21, 2015 at 1:11pm —
I am part of an environment where everything may change within month or easily put days, I am part of Business Intelligence Environment. Environment may sound a huge word however it fits the context here, I started my career working on Basic Reporting tool like Excel and then advancing to High End Reporting tool like Hyperion/ Cognos or relative new once like OBIEE/SAP BO or just recent one Qlikview/Good data. To my surprise when I look back I just have an…
Added by Vishal Sharma on November 28, 2014 at 9:09am —
I am working in BI domain as manager for 2 years now and still i think i did not have found the right mix of people.
People think that in a BI team which is more related to technical aspect so hiring people proficient in a particular technology is preferred. My views are little different following is my team composition.
- 60% technical experts in domain of work, can deliver any solution given technical details and know how of the project.
- 10% the load carrier who…
Added by Vishal Sharma on July 10, 2014 at 6:56am —
Words Like Data Lake or Big data are taking on the world these days. Let’s try to understand what they actually means
Data Lake - A data lake is a storage repository that holds a vast amount of raw data in its native format. A data lake uses a flat architecture to store data. Each data element in a lake is assigned a unique identifier and tagged with a set of extended metadata tags. When a business question arises, the… Continue
Added by Vishal Sharma on June 16, 2014 at 6:00am —
Video Analytics, also referred to as Video Content Analysis (VCA), is a generic term used to describe computerized processing and analysis of video streams. Computer analysis of video is currently implemented in a variety of fields and industries; however the term “Video Analytics” is typically associated with analysis of video streams captured by surveillance systems. Video Analytics applications can perform a variety of tasks ranging from real-time analysis of video for immediate detection… Continue
Added by Vishal Sharma on June 11, 2014 at 8:11am —
Cloud Computing = Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) + Platform as a Service (PaaS) + Software as a Service (SaaS)
Cloud computing, also known as Cloud Technology, Cloud Applications or Cloud-based services. Cloud Computing is the practice of using a network of remote servers hosted on the internet to store, manage and process data, rather than a local server or a personal computer. Examples of cloud-based services include customer self-scheduling,… Continue
Added by Vishal Sharma on June 11, 2014 at 8:01am —
Why BIG data is consider such a big thing. It was always there however technocrats or technology people oversee or dare I say failed to see it. Now in last few years we evolve our understanding on “How data can be used by different analytical techniques like Predictive analysis to leverage it in different business fields like Marketing, Sales, Product design etc.” However this is not what has to be discussed in this blog what is intended is to discuss BIG data storage… Continue
Added by Vishal Sharma on June 2, 2014 at 10:53am —
Business Analyst is now what organizations are talking about these days. Do we really understand what business analyst does; in my opinion business may understand Business Analytics however person responsible for it may not understand it in full at any level across all organizational domain. Let me sight few examples across domains to explain it.
1) Human Resource Team during Business Analyst recruitment
- Consulting with Customers may be internal or…
Added by Vishal Sharma on May 21, 2014 at 5:30am —
Since the day computers were created system started creating data in form of BIT and BYTES. In a short span of time this data becomes so huge making it necessary to have a system that can store and use it. The solution that came into existence was Database Management System. Journey started from Simple Text file to RDBMS to ORDBMS. Now time has progressed and RDBMS or if we say ORDBMS are no longer capable to store and manage the data alone because of their basic requirement that there… Continue
Added by Vishal Sharma on April 28, 2014 at 3:51am —