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Displaying Matrix visual values in multiple columns

I have student data for 10 schools. I am trying to calculate and display in a matrix visual the student strength by level of education they are in.

 

I have data as below:

 

School Name        Class            Strength

AAA                      Grade 9            20

AAA                      Grade 10          35

AAA                      Grade 11          12

AAA                      Grade 12           5

BBB                       Grade 9            20

BBB                       Grade 10          55

BBB                       Grade 11          25

BBB                       Grade 12          14

CCC                       Grade 9            20

CCC                      Grade 10           45

CCC                      Grade 11           15

CCC                       Grade 12          14

 

I want to see the display the data in the matrix as follows

 

School Name      FS (Combined 9 and 10)       JS (Combined 11 and 12)

AAA

BBB

CCC

 

I know this might be too easy. But rookie here. Thanks.

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Community Support Team
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Re: Displaying Matrix visual values in multiple columns

@gul ,

 

Firstly, create an additional column "Category" using DAX below:

Category = IF('Table'[Class] = "Grade 9" || 'Table'[Class] = "Grade 10", "FS", "JS")

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Then create a matrix visual, drag Category to Columns, School Name to Rows and Strength to Values.

2.PNG 

 

Community Support Team _ Jimmy Tao

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Community Support Team
Community Support Team

Re: Displaying Matrix visual values in multiple columns

@gul ,

 

What does "Combined 9 and 10" and "Combined 11 and 12" mean? Could you share more details about the logic?

 

Regards,

Jimmy Tao

gul Frequent Visitor
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Re: Displaying Matrix visual values in multiple columns

@v-yuta-msft 

 

Combined means to add the strength of both classes. So basically, in our system, we have two categories

 

Category A (Grade 9 and 10)

Category B (Grade 11 and 12)

gul Frequent Visitor
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Re: Displaying Matrix visual values in multiple columns

anyone?

Community Support Team
Community Support Team

Re: Displaying Matrix visual values in multiple columns

@gul ,

 

Firstly, create an additional column "Category" using DAX below:

Category = IF('Table'[Class] = "Grade 9" || 'Table'[Class] = "Grade 10", "FS", "JS")

1.PNG 

Then create a matrix visual, drag Category to Columns, School Name to Rows and Strength to Values.

2.PNG 

 

Community Support Team _ Jimmy Tao

If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

View solution in original post

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