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awilliams_hris
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Splitting into separate tables based on row value condition

I am relatively new to power BI and am encountering an issue that I cannot find a solution for. 

 

My source data looks like this, where the headers are interspersed throughout the data. I need to be able to create visulaizations for the number of applicants we are getting per job.

 

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After looking through these forums it looks like the best option would be to split this data into multiple tables, but I would need to split at "total applicants" rather than a specified number of rows since each job has a different number of sources beneath them. Does anyone have any guidance of how to write this formula?

 

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AlienSx
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Table.Group(your_table, "applicants_column", {"split", each _}, GroupKind.Local, (s, c) => Byte.From(c = "Total Applicants:"))

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