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Qlik Basics: Stories

There are  two major components when it comes to Qlik; Finding insights, and sharing insights. In this Qlik Basics blog, we I will talk about the latter and how easy it is with Qlik Sense Enterprise. For sharing insights, Qlik has stories. Stories allow users to...

.Net: Query the Qlik Sense Enterprise Health API

I was recently tasked with pulling the health check information from the Qlik Sense enterprise health check api. This involved authenticating a .Net client against the Qlik Sense Repository Service API. There are two ways of authenticating against Qlik for .Net. The...

Narratives for Qlik: Natural language generation

How do you tell the story? Here at OptimalBI, we are about making information visible. We love for data to tell a story. We are also very big on visual data storytelling. Scott is writing an infographic guide series of blogs and Sarah has written A brief (and...

Sorting it out with dual()

In my first Qliksense blog, I announced that I was taking on a project to focus my learning process, and I’m going to share a few of the useful things I learned along the way as I constructed my first demo app. The data I used to build my app comprised a cohort of...

How to integrate Qlik and RapidMiner

Did you know that RapidMiner can be integrated with Qlik? Well, it can. Who's this going to be useful for? Both Qlik and RapidMiner talk up their ease of use. As Qlik puts it, 'no need for developers, data scientists or designers'. RapidMiner features include an 'Easy...

Qlik Sense: What’s new in 3.2

The latest Qlik Sense version is currently Qlik Sense 3.2 released on 7th of February 2017. We are a Qlik partner and written a few blogs on Qlik. So, let's find out what's new with this cool tool. What's new with 3.2? This is the quick round-up of the new...

Qlik Sense – Change in Architecture

In the recent Qlik Sense 3.1 Service Release 2 I see that Qlik has introduced a new “Shared Persistence” storage model for multi-node installations. In this post, I will quickly explain what the “Share Persistence” model is and what that means for the installation...

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