Is this possible?
I'm taking an Excel Pivot table that someone created and converting it to a Power BI Report. It's reporting a pivot table that is grouped by State and City on the left hand side which is fine and works great as a drill down by row.
Then, the Excel workbook has 2 to 3 different counts grouped by Year.
I can get the matrix to work for 1 calculated value but I can't show 2 calculated values like you can in Excel. Maybe I don't have it set up correctly? I don't want to drill down to the 2nd value in the columns.
Does this make sense?
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It is difficult for us to give you suggestions based on your description. Could you please share sample data of the table you imported into Power BI and post expected result here?
This is coming from an Excel Pivot Table
There are 2 Rows: Dept & Dept Description.
The top across are drill downs from Year to Qtr
The column values are the Sum of Records Uploaded and Sum of days Saved
In Power BI, I can only put Records Uploaded. I've tried drill down by Column and it's not correct. I'm trying to mimic the Pivot table in Excel that looks like this.
I have a subset of the data that I'm playing with to try and replicate from the pivot table to the Matrix within Power BI. There aren't any measures to create other than the sums of values in a column.. I'm summing those values grouped on the left by Dept's and across the top, breaking it out by Year breaking down even further by Qtr.
Does this help? In the image Dept & Desc. are represented as the rows in the pivot table (SAP Module and TCode Desc). The columns across the top of the pivot table are breaking the summed values down by date (in my case Year, QTR). The summed values are the fields showing.