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Anonymous
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The percentage occurrence of the "dedicated" value for each business in each country.

Hi everyone!

 

I have a table with a column which shows two possible values ("Dedicated", "Non dedicated"), two another columns called "Origin country" and "Business" with many many rows. 

 

Now, I would like to create a new table which groups by country and business and show the percentage occurrence of the "dedicated" value for each business in each country.

 

diegomerino_0-1695895975376.png

 

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Oh, mine is a measure, not a column.

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CoreyP
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This seems to work:

CoreyP_0-1695971298385.png

 

This is my sample dataset:

CoreyP_1-1695971322140.png

 

Anonymous
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Thanks a lot CoreyP.

I've tried what you recommended to me but it doesn't work.

I created a tabla like this:

 

diegomerino_0-1695973654859.png

 

And I created a new column like this:

 

diegomerino_1-1695973686557.png

 

As you can see, the percentages are the same for every row.

Oh, mine is a measure, not a column.

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