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zoecge
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Summarize Row-Values within a Table

Hello there, I wonder if someone could help me with following issue. I want do make a Table as you see below. In the first column there should be the customer logo, in the second column should be the project name and in the last column should be the revenue. So far, so good. The measures are all prepared and the data is available. The problem is: How can i summarize the customer values to one row per customer, so that there is only the "big" customer logo and also a list of all projects per customer including the revenue per customer.

 

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JoHo_BI
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Hi Zoe, 

 

You can use a matrix visual for this. with the logo and Project on rows, then revenue on Values.

 

In the format pane (paintbrush), go to row headers and turn Stepped layout off, and you'll get a result like this: 

 

Matrix Screenshot

 

Hope that helps! 

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JoHo_BI
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Hi Zoe, 

 

You can use a matrix visual for this. with the logo and Project on rows, then revenue on Values.

 

In the format pane (paintbrush), go to row headers and turn Stepped layout off, and you'll get a result like this: 

 

Matrix Screenshot

 

Hope that helps! 

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