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PrivateAnalytic
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Helper IV

How to merge multiple matrixes into 1?

Hello everyone! I ran into a pickle for my report. I would like to create a visual in my report like so:

DateJanuaryFebruaryMarchAprilMay
Visits50250350275550
Conversion75%65%45%55%57%
Control Conversion48%42%65%25%33%
Revenue$100$500$650$550$750

I have Data in multiple queries in my report:

One is a DateDim

One is Visit Trends

The other is Conversion for both Control and Actual

The other is a Revenue query

I would like a visual I can create identical to the template I put above, but I am facing issues.

If I try a Matrix, the Month is going to be great as the Column, but if I put in multiple values, I am facing an issue with me putting in rows to break down those values and I break up using multiple matrixes to make it show vertically (See below)

PrivateAnalytic_0-1692208483380.png

If I try a table, it works great, however the structure of my template is flipped and goes vertically rather than horizontally (see below). Is there a way I can flip it or a better visual to use to help replicate my template? 

PrivateAnalytic_1-1692208613647.png

 

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MFelix
Super User
Super User

Hi @PrivateAnalytic ,

 

Add the measures you need to your matrix then on the options search for the show in rows and your values will be presented in the rows:

https://www.selectdistinct.co.uk/2023/02/27/show-values-in-rows-in-power-bi/


Regards

Miguel Félix


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