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Trey Bayne
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In this session we'll discuss popups and how they can enhance the story your maps tell

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Customizable polygons make sure details are not lost at a global view. In this short video I'll show you why.

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Sorry for the earlier time slot. I have to be on site with a client during our normal time.

In this short live video we'll discuss how to draw lines in QlikMaps. This opens up a world of possibilities in showing how your customers are connected on a map. You'll also see what insight is gained when it's possible to put pop ups on lines.

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Sorry for the earlier time slot. I have to be on site with a client during our normal time.

In this short live video we'll discuss how to draw lines in QlikMaps. This opens up a world of possibilities in showing how your customers are connected on a map. You'll also see what insight is gained when it's possible to put pop ups on lines.

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Spider Charts draw lines on the map that connect one point to many others. This allows a visual drawing of the relationship you've already built in your data model.
I expect this hangout to be a short 5-10 min.

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Trey Bayne hung out with 7 people. <a class='ot-hashtag' href='https://plus.google.com/s/%23hangoutsonair'>#hangoutsonair</a>Donald Hutchins, Sander Gardenier, Peter Grassman, Shabda Bhujad, Jeremy Papp, Whitaker Grannis, and Alen Ianni

+Barry Harmsen, +Oleg Troyansky, Rob Wunderlich, and Bill Lay in one room. Qlikview heroes unite! #qlikmastersummit

Working through some advanced Set Analysis at #Qlikmasters  with +Oleg Troyansky .
Consider the following.
'=' in front of an expression means Evaluate.
$( in front of something means Replace with.

We see '=' in front of an expression in a text box all the time to evaluate something instead of just showing the text.

We see $( in front of variables all the time to replace the variable with a value.

It's not a far leap then to understand that $(=sum(Sales)) means replace with the value returned from the expression sum(Sales).

+Oleg Troyansky just explained Set Analysis Set Modifiers at #qlikmasters  that I believe was worded very well.
The '=' sign in Set Analysis is not comparing values. It is instead saying that the value on the right hand side of the '=' sign is selecting the value in the field mentioned on the left hand side of the '='.

+Barry Harmsen that's the best description of First, Second and Third Normalization I've ever seen. Thanks. #QlikMasters  
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