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Utilization of Vizlib table indicator functionality - percentile calculation.

Using Vizlib table indicator functionality, I was not able to create the same percentile calculation to identify the top20/ bottom20 clusters in Vizlib table whereas they were able to be accomplished in Qlik native table.

In Qlik table, “add limit” allows me to add multiple percentile calculations to identify values that above or below a certain threshold. However, the threshold expression in Vizlib table was not able to serve the same purpose. In addition, the colour expression identifies only the value >, < or = 0, which was confusing to use when calculating values that all above 0 but with different thresholds.

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