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Helper II

## Combine 3 rows in matrix as extra row and calculate values in matrix visual

I have this matrix visual in powerbi

Now i want to add a extra row in matrix visual combining bxx,exx,fxx ( named as BEF)
How to calculate values like below visual in powerbi matrix,

thank you, any help is appreciated 🙂

1 ACCEPTED SOLUTION
Community Champion

The easiest way is to create a new group with the companies as follows. First the model

In the company table, create a new group as follows:

Now create the matrix with the fields from the date and company tables and the measures to get:

Another alternative is to create the company table using:

``````Company with groups =
VAR _BEF =
CALCULATETABLE (
VALUES ( fTable[Company] ),
FILTER (
fTable,
CONTAINSSTRING ( fTable[Company], "B" )
|| CONTAINSSTRING ( fTable[Company], "E" )
|| CONTAINSSTRING ( fTable[Company], "F" )
)
)
VAR _ROWS =
DISTINCTCOUNT ( fTable[Company] )
RETURN
ADDCOLUMNS (
DISTINCT ( fTable[Company] ),
"BEF",
IF (
fTable[Company] IN _BEF,
CONCATENATEX ( _BEF, fTable[Company], " & " ),
fTable[Company]
),
"Order",
IF (
fTable[Company] IN _BEF,
_ROWS + 1,
RANKX ( ALL ( fTable[Company] ), fTable[Company],, ASC )
)
)
``````

and then set up the matrix as follows

If you want to create the visual exactly as you posted it can be done (let us know).

Sample PBIX file attached

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Is the new rows supposed to be bynamic (you intend to select the companies in a slicer for example) or will it be a fixed number of companies (always the same)?

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Helper II

It will be fixed for those 3 companies

Community Champion

The easiest way is to create a new group with the companies as follows. First the model

In the company table, create a new group as follows:

Now create the matrix with the fields from the date and company tables and the measures to get:

Another alternative is to create the company table using:

``````Company with groups =
VAR _BEF =
CALCULATETABLE (
VALUES ( fTable[Company] ),
FILTER (
fTable,
CONTAINSSTRING ( fTable[Company], "B" )
|| CONTAINSSTRING ( fTable[Company], "E" )
|| CONTAINSSTRING ( fTable[Company], "F" )
)
)
VAR _ROWS =
DISTINCTCOUNT ( fTable[Company] )
RETURN
ADDCOLUMNS (
DISTINCT ( fTable[Company] ),
"BEF",
IF (
fTable[Company] IN _BEF,
CONCATENATEX ( _BEF, fTable[Company], " & " ),
fTable[Company]
),
"Order",
IF (
fTable[Company] IN _BEF,
_ROWS + 1,
RANKX ( ALL ( fTable[Company] ), fTable[Company],, ASC )
)
)
``````

and then set up the matrix as follows

If you want to create the visual exactly as you posted it can be done (let us know).

Sample PBIX file attached

Did I answer your question? Mark my post as a solution!
In doing so, you are also helping me. Thank you!

Proud to be a Super User!
Paul on Linkedin.

Helper II

thank you so much 🙂

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