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JCBI1023 Member
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Clump Data Together

I am sure this will be easy for someone but I am just getting started with Power BI. Thank you for your help. 

 

In my screenshot you can see the table values. I want all the data associated with a distinct SVO no to clump together. For example, there should just be one line with SVO425799 and it should have a total of the Estimated Labor Hours, Actual Hrs Worked, Estimated Parts, Actual Parts.

 

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Re: Clump Data Together

@JCBI1023

 

Hi, You can do this in Query Editor (Edit Query) in Transform-Group By.

 

GroupBy.png

 

Let me know if you need more help.

 

 

Regards

 

Victor

Lima - Peru

 

 




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Re: Clump Data Together

@JCBI1023

 

Hi, You can do this in Query Editor (Edit Query) in Transform-Group By.

 

GroupBy.png

 

Let me know if you need more help.

 

 

Regards

 

Victor

Lima - Peru

 

 




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JCBI1023 Member
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Re: Clump Data Together

@Vvelarde Thank you for this! When I do the Transfrom By Group, using thes columns, I get the results that I want.

Data 2.pngData 3.png

 

 

however, how do I now include the branch, customer name, date, customer no to the table?

 

 

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Re: Clump Data Together

@JCBI1023

 

You can use Add Grouping.




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