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RG92
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Sort table Age Range

I have a table with a 'Category' column with several categories, one of the catogories is Age range.
The other column is 'group' which is split into:

Less than 25

26-30

31-40

41-54

55+ 

 

I have created a table visual in report view to filter this only to the Age rage show the values of the group. 
however, the table sorts the columns as

26-30, 31-40, 41-54, 55+, Less than 25.

I want the table to be sorted so it shows Less than 25,26-30,31-40,41-54,55+ 

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DataVitalizer
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Hi @RG92 

I understand that you want to display rangers in a certain order.

  1. I suggest that you create a new static table with those ranges
  2. Add a column 'Order' with numbers (order of values)
  3. Load the table and link it to the fact one
  4. In your new table select ranges column and click Column Tools / Sorting by Order column
  5. Use this one in your visual and you get the desired result


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