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Michalison
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Exit Survey Data

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I have a employee exit survey I need to create a dashboard for - there are three columns asking for the most important reason they left, second most important reason they left and third most important reason they left (see above)  I need to know what would be the best way to visualize these columns in 1 visual if possible with the percentage for each category i.e. retirement and the percentage that left due to this.  Have no idea how to go about this any suggestions would be good

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olgad
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Hi, you could do a conditional column, if resourse 1 then 3 , if resource 2 then 2 etc. Or even better when you assign the percentages so for every person they sum up to 100, 50 the resource 1, 30 and 20 respectively, then you could make a relevant comparison of all the reasons


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olgad
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The easiest is you create a conditional weight column, using reason column, if reason 1 then 3, if 2 then 2, if 3 then 1. 


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olgad
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Hi, depends how you want to count and what you wanna show. If you want to show what is the percentage of retirement from all th reasons, then you can click in power query on reason 1, 2, 3 -transform-unpivot and you would get

 

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And then it is easy in a pie chart to show the count of people who named retirement or any other as a reason for leaving as well as show the percentage of it from all the reasons given

 


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Thanks duplicated the table and unpivoted the 3 columns and that works great how about if I wanted to weight the three columns i.e. Most important has a value of 3, 2nd has a value of 2 and 3rd has a value of 1  is that something I could do?  Many thanks

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