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enlamparter
Helper I
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List of Values as Visual

I need to produce a list of people who know each software. My data looks like this:

DataData

I need it to look like this or the second option (but the first is preferred). Is there a way to do this in a matrix or table visual?

Preferred OptionPreferred OptionAlternative OptionAlternative Option

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Greg_Deckler
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You can do the second one by using a matrix and putting Software and Person into the Rows area in that order and then drilling down using the forked arrow icon.


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Vvelarde
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@enlamparter

 

Hi, the first one you can obtain with:

 

PeopleList = CONCATENATEX(VALUES(Table1[People]);Table1[People];"
    ") 

After The First " PRESS SHIFT+ENTER

 

And in a matrix visual:

 

Img3.png

 

Regards

 

Victor




Lima - Peru

I tried your DAX function (for Option 1) and all i get in peoplelist column is a concatenated list of all people, for each record. Is your DAX function parameters correct?

i also had to use "," and not ";" as delimeters

Greg_Deckler
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You can do the second one by using a matrix and putting Software and Person into the Rows area in that order and then drilling down using the forked arrow icon.


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