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jdperry
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DAX - Convert Matrix Visualization to Query Table?

Hey all,

 

I have created a matrix visualization using measures, and I would like take the resulting data and use it elsewhere in my model.  The matrix looks like this:

My MatrixMy MatrixI can export the visualization data to .csv, and re-import it, but that's obviously not a great solution.  Is there any way to use DAX to create a new (un-pivoted) table using this data?  I'll note that the "Apportioned Labor Billings" measure only calculates the correct figures when presented in this matrix (the "correct" calculation that I need depends on the number of staff in each position in any given month, as presented in this matrix).

 

Any help would be much appreciated! Thanks!

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HarishKM
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@jdperry Hey . 
I will suggest Kindly use Analysis in excel feature of power bi then you can use these same measure and create a new chart on top of that . That will be the best approch for your problem. 
Once your data is updated / refreshed in power bi report your excel report will also get updated .Never the less you have to hit refresh now button in data tab.

Thank you 

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I ran into a similar problem, @parry2k  how do i take the data inside a matrix and make it a data query??


parry2k
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@jdperry you can surely create another table from your matrix but would like to know the purpose of creating new table? What you are trying to achieve?



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I have a series of costs set out in different tables, and at the end of the day I'm going to need to prepare a cost summary by month using the data in those tables.  Some of the tables I can use as-is, and the values in others (like the labor costs data I show in my example) have to be adjusted according to a formula.  For example, the measure I'm using here for my adjusted labor billings is:

 

Apportioned Labor Billings = IF('Measures Table'[Total Staff]>=3, 
'Measures Table'[Total Staff Billing]*'Measures Table'[Apportioned Percentage],'Measures Table'[Total Staff Billing])

So what I would like to do is to create a new table from this matrix, and sum these values (sum of Apportioned Labor Billings per month) with monthly values from the other tables to create a total cost per month figure.

 

Hope that makes sense! Thank you for your help!

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