When you're working with Vizlib Combo Chart it's important to be clear about what you can and can't do. We've collected together some tips for best practice, known issues and limitations and listed them in this article for you, along with any answers to any other questions you might need.
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- Let's introduce you - If you're new to Vizlib Combo Chart, or looking to find some information, the Introduction page has links to the product resources and knowledge base articles.
- Work with the wizard - Always use the Setup Wizard to start building a combo chart, you can always add expressions or edit data in the property panel once you have the basic version.
- There is an alternative - Vizlib Combo Chart can be used with alternative dimensions and measures. If you add alternatives, you'll be able to choose the measure you prefer when you're using analysis mode, changing the outcome of the chart for a much more adaptable and varied used experience. If you'd like to add more focus to your chart, look at adding reference lines to help users analyze the chart data.
- Viztips - Viztips is a very powerful tool to add to any extension, but you can only start using it with some preparation. Make sure the visualization using Viztips is set up with the dimensions and measures to give you the result you want, and has the set analysis you need.
- Performance - Vizlib Combo Chart uses the Qlik Sense hub engine, and each individual value will be processed separately. You can add more than one combo chart to a sheet (we think you can manage with up to 16) but a high number of objects will affect the Qlik Sense engine processing time and performance may become slower. You can find more information in our article on Best Practice and Performance Optimization in Qlik Sense.
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We currently have no known issues reported in connection with Vizlib Combo Chart.
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