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Excellent value for money 24 Mar. 2013
By Dimitri Shvorob - Published on Amazon.com
The $8 investment in the Kindle edition definitely paid off - besides being very reasonably priced, the 350-page book has substance and quality, and definitely adds value to "QlikView 11 for Developers" by Harmsen and Garcia (hereinafter HG), which I read first. (Surveying the alternatives, of which now there are just three, I feel that the book by Rajendran and Averstedt has a different, not-so-interesting-to-me approach, and the books by O'Donovan and by Atkinson et al. are too introductory - no point getting these if I am going to go for HG). Unlike HG, which works with concrete examples and is generous with screenshots, this book is "textual" and not hands-on - a downside; besides discouraging participation, sometimes one may actually have trouble identifying the right screen - but goes deeper, and focuses on data handling, vs. display. If you are new to QlikView, I would suggest getting the two books, reading the first three chapters of "Discovering QlikView", switching to HG, then coming back.
No index 28 Feb. 2014
By zydeholic - Published on Amazon.com
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The subject line says it all. This also mirrors the user unfriendliness of the software itself for the data analyst who has to do the backend work.
Very poor technical writing. 27 Nov. 2013
By PChou - Published on Amazon.com
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Very poor technical writing with several authors repeating the same thing of no use to users who want to discover the software.
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