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Helper III
Helper III

Transform Column to Row

I have current table as below; how can I transform to get the result table;

qhpowerbi_0-1684135496112.png

Thank you!
Qayyum Halid

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Go to Power Query Editor

 

1. Select Q1 & Q2 column, Right click and choose Unpivot column

2. Repeat the same step above by selecting  the Whats your name and Age Column

 

You will be left with the way you want your table to look like but with duplicate rows.

 

Go to HOME tab under remove rows select remove duplicate rows. Thats it !

 

This Tutorial will provide you more details if required.

 

Pivot/Unpivot PowerBI Feature explained | Power Query | MiTutorials - YouTube

 

Regards

Ismail

www.Youtube.com/MiTutorials

It become like this;

qhpowerbi_1-1684138347748.png

 

Then, if i remove Attribute duplicate; it become as below;

qhpowerbi_2-1684138387916.png

 

If i remove duplicate in Attribute.1, it become as below

qhpowerbi_3-1684138433456.png

 

 

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