#Note by an In statement I am referring to how to test one value against multiple values or a range of values
As searching for the word "in" in relation to Qlikvew is nigh on impossible here's a quick post explaining how to do it and how to use it for custom sort lists:
The match formula in Qlikview is great, although the first couple of times I've used it I had to scratch my head for a minute.
How to write it
A match statement is made up of three parts the Match, the value/field you want to test and the values you want to match against:
=Match(Field ,'Value 1' ,'Value 2','Value3')
This is a True/False statement so will return a 1 or 0 result.
How to use it
I use it in if statements all the time:
=If(Match(Field ,'Value 1' ,'Value 2','Value3'),'Value Found','Value Not Found')
|On your chart, click the sort tab, check expression|
and open the formula box
Protip: You can also you use it to drive your sort function within charts.
Using the formula below you can drive whether unlisted entries appear before or after your listed values.
|Only use one of these lines of code, using them|
together will result in some curious sorting!