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laganlee
Helper II
Helper II

Group rows in one column by another column.

Hi

I want to convert this to two rows: 

laganlee_1-1685459717210.png

 

 

So that it looks like this:

 

laganlee_3-1685459828381.png

 

I've tried the usual 'group by' and pivoting, but I've got stuck!

I've also been experimenting with converting tables to lists and records..

 

Many thanks for looking.

 

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slorin
Super User
Super User

Hi,

Use Table.Group with Text.Combine

= Table.Group(PrevStep, {"ID"}, {{"Values", each Text.Combine([Values],","), type text}})

 Stéphane

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laganlee
Helper II
Helper II

Many thanks Stéphane! 

That is really much appreciated - that saved the day 😊

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laganlee
Helper II
Helper II

Many thanks Stéphane! 

That is really much appreciated - that saved the day 😊

slorin
Super User
Super User

Hi,

Use Table.Group with Text.Combine

= Table.Group(PrevStep, {"ID"}, {{"Values", each Text.Combine([Values],","), type text}})

 Stéphane

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