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TinyElephant
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Helper II

Columns with multiple enteries

Hello there,

 

I have data in the table in the below format. There can be multiple entities involved in a single task. What could be the best way to clean up this data (or use table relationships) in order to create a logical dashboard with slicers for each headers (Task, Project, Work Type, Team Responsible)?

 

TaskProjectWork TypeTeam Responsible
Task 1Project AManagementTeam A, Team B
Task 2Project AResearch, ManagementTeam A
Task 3Project BPlanningTeam C
Task 4Project CPlanning, ManagementTeam A, Team B, Team C
Task 5Project CResearchTeam B

 

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truptis
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Hi @TinyElephant ,

Firstly, split the columns which has multiple values. You can do this by goint to transform data -> Split Column
after that you can use slicers for each column. 
@TinyElephant -> if this helps you, then please hit the thumbs up & mark it as a solution. Thanks.

I think, Split into Rows will be better because splitting into columns will create many columns which will be a problem while plotting them into visuals. Any thoughts?

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