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jweisel
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Table Transformation Question

In PowerBI desktop, I have created a Web connection to a table of data that appears as follow:

 

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How can I edit the query so that data is organized as illustrated below?

 

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Having just two columns would also work, a combined year/month column and a values column.

 

Thanks.

 

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Stachu
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Right click on the year, and then press 'Unpivot other columns'



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Stachu
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Right click on the year, and then press 'Unpivot other columns'



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Fantastic! I knew it would be something easy and obvious but just could not get there. Thanks Stachu.

Stachu
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yes, ite's really straight forward in PowerBI 🙂



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