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DMatlock06
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Matrix - Measures by Quarters

Hello all,

 

I am trying to organize a matrix that will have several measures in a matrix that will be have a drill down by quarter.  Is this possible?

 

Here is an example of what i am trying to achieve.

 

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Out of the box, the native matrix visual does not support such grouping but DAX is flexible enough for a workaround. You can use a disconnected table (no relationships to facts and dimensions table) to hold the values needed. Here's a sample pbix -  https://drive.google.com/file/d/1llBkHjz2fDZG5ZpunUia-bX9sAmRYrys/view?usp=sharing 










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danextian
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Hi @DMatlock06,

 

You can have multiple measures in one matrix. However, the current matrix visual does not support grouping of column fields by measure as shown in your screenshot. What you'll get is this kind of grouping: Month and then then the measures under it.










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Out of the box, the native matrix visual does not support such grouping but DAX is flexible enough for a workaround. You can use a disconnected table (no relationships to facts and dimensions table) to hold the values needed. Here's a sample pbix -  https://drive.google.com/file/d/1llBkHjz2fDZG5ZpunUia-bX9sAmRYrys/view?usp=sharing 










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