Visualization bundle

Visualizations are an important means of conveying information from massive data. The Visualization bundle is a set of charts that can be used to enhance and increase your Qlik Sense app's charting capacity. The charts are optional. You do not have to install or enable them to use Qlik Sense.

Enabling extensions

You can install the Visualization bundle when you install Qlik Sense. If you need to adjust your installation, see: Modifying an object bundles installation.

Visualization bundle charts

Visualization bundle charts are in the asset panel under Custom objects.

The following charts are included:

  • Bar & area chart

    Create bar charts and area charts and enhance them with transitions and connectors.

  • Bullet chart

    A bullet chart is a gauge that can also show a target marker and a qualitative range to show performance.

  • Funnel chart

    A funnel chart is a visual representation of the connected stages of a linear process.

  • Heatmap chart

    A chart that displays comparative data and with the values represented as colors.

  • Multi KPI chart

    A chart that shows KPI for multiple dimension values to quickly understand and track performance.

  • Network chart

    Creates a cluster diagram representing a graphical chart of a computer network.

  • P&L pivot chart

    Creates a pivot table that you can style, for example for profit and loss reporting.

  • Radar chart

    Creates a two-dimensional chart using radial axes to show the scoring of a measure in one dimension or another.

  • Sankey chart

    A flow chart diagram chart visually emphasizing major transfers or flows within defined system boundaries.

  • Trellis container

    Creates a trellis chart based on a master visualization.

  • Variance waterfall chart

    Shows the variance between two measures over the different values of a dimension.

  • Word cloud chart

    A cloud chart of words with their size based on measure value.


When you use visualization extensions from an object bundle supplied by Qlik, there are some general limitations compared to built-in visualizations, such as bar charts. For more information, see Creating a visualization using a custom object.

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