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sumeet_deokar
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Creating a heirarchy in a hierarchy using IDs based on range of values between in it.

We have data for which hierarchy is defined within it and we need to categorised the data based on the range.

sumeet_deokar_0-1662121840416.png

So for example,
100000-299999 is the main hierarchy in it we have 120000-129999, furthermore we have 120200-120299 as the inner category.
100000

           120000

                       120200

                            .

                            .

                        120299

           129999

299999

This is how roughly we can describe the structure.

So, we want a column that defines the structure, If we are having 120200-120299 as A, so 120000-129999 should be A(A) and further ahead 100000-299999 should be A(A(A))). Something to that effect,Yellow hiughlighted should be categorised under L&B while the Pink highlighted should be under P&M and so on

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sumeet_deokar
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Based on the numbers and colours highlighted I want to create a column of category that says which category these numbers belong to depending on the levels.

Your color assignments do not follow any discernable logic.  You will need to use a manual mapping table.

lbendlin
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ok. what is your question?  What have you tried and where are you stuck?

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