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Bajigntr
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Matrix conditional formatting - Measures data - CSV format

Hi Team,
I'm using Matrix visual with conditional formating with rules and when i export the data into CSV format , i'm seeing the data "Measures" data too .Eg: I wrote measure like , Sales change = current - new ,so this i have given as conditional formating in matrix visual . but here when i export the data into CSV format , i'm getting the data which i wrote measures with separate column. but in excel format i don't see this extra column. only issue with CSV format. Any help is appriciated.

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rajendraongole1
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Hi @Bajigntr -Exporting data from Power BI to a CSV format, it includes all underlying data, including measures, which can lead to seeing additional columns too . 

if you want to export data in .csv then you need to add required fields only in table chart as like new, sales excluding Sales Change measure.If creating a separate table is not feasible, you might have to manually modify the CSV file post-export to remove unwanted columns.

Exporting data in CSV is a simpler format and doesn't support the rich formatting and structure that an Excel file does. As a result, complete data used to generate the visual,calculations and measures, are included in the exporting in CSV format.

Hope i have answered to your query. 

 

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Bajigntr
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Hi rajendraongole1 , but i don't see this matter any where in Power bi documentation . with excel i'm not getting any extra columns , issue is only with CSV format . so is there anywhere written in power bi documentaion , if yes, could you please share me link 

rajendraongole1
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Hi @Bajigntr -Exporting data from Power BI to a CSV format, it includes all underlying data, including measures, which can lead to seeing additional columns too . 

if you want to export data in .csv then you need to add required fields only in table chart as like new, sales excluding Sales Change measure.If creating a separate table is not feasible, you might have to manually modify the CSV file post-export to remove unwanted columns.

Exporting data in CSV is a simpler format and doesn't support the rich formatting and structure that an Excel file does. As a result, complete data used to generate the visual,calculations and measures, are included in the exporting in CSV format.

Hope i have answered to your query. 

 

Did I answer your question? Mark my post as a solution! This will help others on the forum!
Appreciate your Kudos!!

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