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Anonymous
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How to NOT Aggregate data by IDs at the row level

I have a table in which I have dates, IDs, values. 

 

This is my expected result below in A., while what I am actually seeing is B.

 

How can I correct my table or change a setting to see the data as A? In my dataset the data is shown as A, meaning I literally have 2 rows for ID 1. It seems to just be how the Power BI visualization is aggregating it. 

A. I want the table as these 2 rows below

ID          Value           Date

ID 1            .5               7/9/2019

ID 1            .5              7/9/2019

 

B. --Is just showing 1 row

ID          Value           Date

ID 1            .5               7/9/2019

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Anonymous
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Was able to solve on my own by creating an index column

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Anonymous
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Was able to solve on my own by creating an index column

Cmcmahan
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In the Visualizations pane, check the ID in the values bucket. Click the drop down and make sure it's set to "Don't Summarize"

 

It looks like right now you're using a First summarization.

Anonymous
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Thanks for the quick response, I did check for that. It is set to "Don't Summarize" right now and is still showing the data like B.

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