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Anonymous
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More flexible columns in matrix table

Hi experts,

 

I am seeking for a way to create view as in following picture with matrix table:

xiaoxuli_0-1596112887102.png

 

My data set looks like this:

xiaoxuli_1-1596112908311.png

 

I already have measures for column H to M, but they go under period if I drag period into "Column".

 

Could someone kindly advise?

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Hi @Anonymous ,

 

take a look at this solution.

https://community.powerbi.com/t5/Desktop/How-do-I-add-average-min-and-max-columns-to-matrix/m-p/1180179

 

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Anonymous
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In the end I managed the view I want, with the function "unpivot column" The only problem is after the table change from pic a to pic b, for the report, I need to drag newly updated month into "Values" field of visual manually every month.

 

Hope in the future there could be option,to group unpivoted columns into one group, so no more need to worry about update.

 

xiaoxuli_0-1596616160831.png

xiaoxuli_1-1596616178080.png

 

 

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Anonymous
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In the end I managed the view I want, with the function "unpivot column" The only problem is after the table change from pic a to pic b, for the report, I need to drag newly updated month into "Values" field of visual manually every month.

 

Hope in the future there could be option,to group unpivoted columns into one group, so no more need to worry about update.

 

xiaoxuli_0-1596616160831.png

xiaoxuli_1-1596616178080.png

 

 

dax
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Hi @Anonymous , 

As I know, Matrix have only one Grand Total column, so if you want to show measures like your image, one workaround is that you could put them in another table like below

806.PNG

Best Regards,
Zoe Zhi

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Hi @Anonymous ,

 

take a look at this solution.

https://community.powerbi.com/t5/Desktop/How-do-I-add-average-min-and-max-columns-to-matrix/m-p/1180179

 

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Please mark my post as solution, this will also help others.
Please give Kudos for support.

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His mission is clear: "Get the most out of data, with Power BI."
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