How to create heatmap in QlikView
A Heatmap chart displays comparative data where the values, represented as color patterns, convey information in a faster way
Example of a heatmap
Select the dimensions and expressions.
You can choose to group your data by one or more dimensions.
You should see a table similar to the figure below
Select the wizard which can be found from the File Tab > Wizard.
The Wizard description shows the wizard helps to create a function that generate dynamic colors based on your measure. Click on ‘Next’ to continue, as seen below:
An expression is automatically generated to represent the conditions that have been specified in the wizard, as seen below.
On clicking on ‘OK’, the generated ColorMix expression is inserted to the definition of the background color.
The figure below shows the updated expression’s background color definition. Click on ‘OK’ to complete the process.
This generates a color pattern represented by darker color for the higher values to lighter color for the smaller values, as seen below. You can modify the colors / saturation in the Step 6 of this guide. Choosing colors by upper/ intermediate and lower values instead of ‘Auto Normalize’.
You can modify the colors / saturation in the Step 6 of this guide. Choosing to set colors by upper/ intermediate and lower values instead of ‘Auto Normalize’.
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