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littlejt
New Member

Table is splitting onto 2 lines for some products

Hi, I'm fairly new to PowerBI. I have data which shows one row for each product per week. On PowerBI most of the products show one line on the table, but a few have split across 2 lines. It has put the "last week" data on one line and "this week" on another.

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LW = Last week, TW = This week

WOW = Week on Week and is calculated, which is why it shows on both rows.

I've checked and there are no other fields which are different in the 2 weeks which would cause the split

Thanks for any help

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littlejt
New Member

Thanks I watched your video, it didn't specifically help with this issue. I did find the issue was with one of the week on week calculations. When I removed that everything reverted back to being on one line per product

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littlejt
New Member

Thanks I watched your video, it didn't specifically help with this issue. I did find the issue was with one of the week on week calculations. When I removed that everything reverted back to being on one line per product

amitchandak
Super User
Super User

@littlejt , there is some other group by in the table, or the product has a sort by column (used for changing sort order) and now it has multiple values for that

 

Sort by column-https://youtu.be/KK1zu4MBb-c

 

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