What's new in Qlik Sense September 2020?
New search-based visual analysis chart types
When generating insights in search-based visual analysis, Insight Advisor will now auto-generate visualizations with several new analysis types. These include:
- Cluster (K-Means) – Shows clusters using the new k-means clustering function.
- Correlation – Shows correlations using the correlation function.
- Process control chart – Shows how a process changes over time.
Search-based visual analysis on mobile devices
Search-based visual insight generation is now available on handheld mobile devices. This provides a more intuitive means of creating new analytics and insights on small form factors, as opposed to traditional authoring. It is available on handheld devices through the browser-based user interface.
Visual analytics improvements
Improved reference lines
Bar and line charts now include dimension based (vertical) reference lines with formatted labels, useful for enhancing charts with added detail along a time axis (such as start and end dates of important events)
The Animator control gives users the ability to animate changing data over time by auto-selecting values in any dimension and playing them in a loop, with or without aggregation.
Other chart improvements
QSEoW now supports app distribution from a multi-node deployment into a Qlik Sense Enterprise SaaS tenant.
QMC status page
The status page offers a better way to understand and monitor app distributions, such as showing the user a link to their Multi-Cloud Setup Console.
Self-service hub improvements
Table view in the hub presents a scalable and easy to use app manager. The following features are included:
- Columns for name, description, owner, published (when applicable), Data last reloaded (when applicable), details
- Sort by clicking on the column headers
- Keyboard shortcut just like grid (Ctrl + g) and list view (Ctrl + Shift + l)
- Navigate with keyboard
- Support for Qlik-supported screen readers
Support for NFS protocol
When installing Qlik Sense Enterprise on Windows, you can connect to a file store through the Network File System (NFS) protocol. With NFS support, you can use a Linux-based file store, for example, when using Google Cloud Platform.
Data literacy built-in
Qlik has focused on our vision for a data-literate world. As part of this mission, and keeping first-time users in mind, new capabilities have been added within Qlik Sense to assist and educate users about their data. For first-time users, these capabilities help explain data concepts unique to Qlik to expedite their onboarding and shorten the time to insights, including more context for chart creation and additional explanation for dimensions/measures.