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travbum Helper I
Helper I

Adding Columns for results of survey that get zero responses.

This is some data of before and after students take a class:

Question1 BeforeQuestion 1 After
AA
BC
CC
CC
DC
CC
CC
CC
AA
BC

 

Before, students selcted A, B, and C as answers. After most of them realized C was the correct answer. Some still selected A, but none selected B. However, in my final graph, I only can chart A and C. How would I include that B is 0?

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th3h0bb5 Resolver II
Resolver II

Re: Adding Columns for results of survey that get zero responses.

If you're willing to change your table layout slightly,  this is fairly simple. Use three columns: Question #, Before, After.

 

Then, you can create a calculated column for each answer type A, B, and C in your Before and After groups:

 

beforeA = IF([Before]="A",1,0)

beforeB = IF([Before]="B",1,0)

beforeC = IF([Before]="C",1,0)

 

afterA= IF([Before]="A",1,0)

afterB = IF([Before]="B",1,0)

afterC = IF([Before]="C",1,0)

 

Finally, then you graph the before and after results.

before after.png

 

 

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th3h0bb5 Resolver II
Resolver II

Re: Adding Columns for results of survey that get zero responses.

If you're willing to change your table layout slightly,  this is fairly simple. Use three columns: Question #, Before, After.

 

Then, you can create a calculated column for each answer type A, B, and C in your Before and After groups:

 

beforeA = IF([Before]="A",1,0)

beforeB = IF([Before]="B",1,0)

beforeC = IF([Before]="C",1,0)

 

afterA= IF([Before]="A",1,0)

afterB = IF([Before]="B",1,0)

afterC = IF([Before]="C",1,0)

 

Finally, then you graph the before and after results.

before after.png

 

 

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Vvelarde Community Champion
Community Champion

Re: Adding Columns for results of survey that get zero responses.

@travbum

 

hi, creating a measure like this:

 

COuntQ =
    VAR COUNTING =
        CALCULATE (
            COUNTROWS ( Table2 ),
            FILTER (
                ALL ( Table2 ),
                Table2[Question 1 After] = VALUES ( Table2[Question1 Before] )
            )
        )
    RETURN
        IF ( COUNTING > 0, COUNTING; 0 )

 

and i the visual chart select the fields in this way;

 

counts.png




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