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Newell123456
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Bringing competitor brand names as rows against categories in column

Greetings!

I have raw data something similar to this.

Newell123456_1-1616816912996.png

L4,L12,L52,QTD,YTD are time periods to understand the sales momentum. I have created the output something similar to below.

Newell123456_2-1616817231203.png

Now I want to have competitor brand names (highlighted in blue in below screenshot) under each of these categories based on max sales under each of these categories. The desired output I want, should be something similar to below.

Newell123456_3-1616817448869.png

I could not bring the competitor names to the matrix. I have created a separate table with categories, brands and computed the sales value and ranks based on L4. I used =SWITCH(TRUE(),Selected time period = "L4", Lookup(brand table,rank table,1) to fetch the brands in the category but couldn't get the result. The relationship table below is for reference.

 

Newell123456_4-1616817795206.png

Kindly help me with this. Also kindly suggest if there is a better way to efficiently do this without creating additional tables.

 

 

 

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v-henryk-mstf
Community Support
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Hi @Newell123456 ,

 

For your needs, can you provide a detailed test data model (delete sensitive information), because only know the specific field types and relationships in order to do further testing. Looking forward to your reply.

Best Regards,
Henry

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