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stan_w_gifford
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Matrix discarding duplicates

Good morning,

 

I suspect I am missing something basic and simple here but here goes.

 

I have a simple table;

 

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And I create a matrix as a summary;

 

stan_w_gifford_1-1638129540793.png

 

Now I wish to show the raw data so I create another matrix;

 

stan_w_gifford_2-1638129604454.png

I have said 'Don't summerise' however it has dropped one of the duplicated values (Joe, 500) - which I don't want to happen - I wish to show all the raw data.

 

To get what I want I have to add the ID column (and of course tell it not to summerise)

 

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Is there any way of getting the display I want WITHOUT having to add the ID column?

 

Stan

 

 

 

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v-chenwuz-msft
Community Support
Community Support

Hi @stan_w_gifford .

 

Matrix table is always used to provide and summarize, so it will always aggregates the same category.

You can try the following expression:

Measure 2 = CONCATENATEX('Table',[Amount],"
")

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This is one string with all names combined with line break.

 


Best Regards

Community Support Team _ chenwu zhu

 

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Nathaniel_C
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Hi @stan_w_gifford , I call it formatting, not trickery😂





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Nathaniel_C
Super User
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Hi @stan_w_gifford ,
At my work, we call this an ofias.
I changed the font to white to match the background in the format menu.  I changed the title of the column to a period (.) Then I dragged the column to as small as the width can go. Easy Peasy!

 


Let me know if you have any questions about these steps

If this solves your issues, please mark it as the solution, so that others can find it easily. Kudos 👍are nice too.
Nathaniel

 

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Thanks Nathaniel,

 

I too have resorted to that sort of trick - interested however in being able to visualise the data without 

(a) Having to add the ID column

(b) not having to resort to trickery as you describe 🙂

 

Stan

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