QlikView Fundamentals

QlikView Fundamentals provides a comprehensive introduction to QlikView and covers the basic scripting needed to load data through to the meaningful analysis and presentation of results.   


No prior technical knowledge is required for this module. Attendees should want/need to be able to understand what QlikView should be used for and why it is different from other data analysis and business intelligence products.

Course Overview

1. What is QlikView?

2. Getting Started With QlikView.

3. Loading a Table - a step by step guide to creating your first application and loading a data table.

4. Presenting Data - this section will take you through the steps needed to add some basic objects to your new application, including list boxes, tables and charts.

5. Loading Data From Different Files - rarely will your QlikView data come from a single source. This section looks at loading data from different sources and joining the various tables.

6. Creating a Master Calendar - in this section you will learn how to create a master calendar. You will also be introduced to some important script techniques including the use of variables,resident loads, the AUTOGENERATE function and date functions. 

7. More Advanced Presentation - more advanced design and presentation options are introduced.


The QlickiT “QlikView Fundamentals” training module give you an excellent platform on which to build your QlikView expertise.

Build basic QlikView Application Module Objectives in
just one day

On completing of this module attendees will be able to :

  • Confidently explain what QlikView is
  • Understand what can be achieved with QlikView
  • Identify where QlikView could benefit your organisation
  • Understand the benefits of the QlickiT UDA

You will also learn how to build a complete QlikView application from scratch, including:

  • Loading and Joining tables
  • Adding List Boxes and various Chart Objects
  • Creating a Master Calendar
  • Calculating new fields in the script
  • Configuring Gauges
  • Creating Cyclic and Drill-Down groups
  • Using expressions in text boxes
  • Creating a Link Table and Common Calendar using the QlickiT UDA