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hhaimer
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Aggregate data Power Query Editor

Hello Community,

I didn't find the appropriate way to solve my problem. 

I want to aggregate my data by the fisrt column (see the screenshot below) 

 

hhaimer_0-1644246416131.png

 

Expecting result is :


column1     column2    column3    column4......
4328      31/08/2018     25/03/2019   25/09/2019.......


Thank you in advance !!

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parry2k
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@hhaimer what you should do it, first unpivot the data, it will remove null rows and then pivot it back.

 

 

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Pragati11
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Hi @hhaimer ,

 You can click on the column in your data in Power Query Editor, and follow the steps in the order shown below:

Pragati11_0-1644246899532.png

Then once you are in the GROUP BY window, choose Advanced option, in case you want to add more aggregations after choosing the column for Grouping. Something like below:

Pragati11_1-1644247005357.png

Thanks,

Pragati

 

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@hhaimer what you should do it, first unpivot the data, it will remove null rows and then pivot it back.

 

 

Follow us on LinkedIn and YouTube.gif to our YouTube channel

 

Learn about conditional formatting at Microsoft Reactor

My latest blog post The Power of Using Calculation Groups with Inactive Relationships (Part 1) (perytus.com) I would  Kudos if my solution helped. 👉 If you can spend time posting the question, you can also make efforts to give Kudos to whoever helped to solve your problem. It is a token of appreciation!

 

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