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mmyers2 Frequent Visitor
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Multiple Tables with Categories in Matrix Visual with Show on Rows Turned On

To start off, I have 3 tables:

Category Dim - Has the Category and KPI names

Dart Rate - Has Dart Incidents

LPH - Has both Bulk and LUM Lines and Hours

 

Dart Rate and LPH are tied to Category Dim based on unique keys.

 

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When I create a matrix with Category and KPI as the rows, and the data from the two fact tables, below is what I get. Note, "Show on Rows" is turned on.

 

Why are Dart Incidents showing under the BULK LPH and LUM LPH KPI, and Total Hours and Total Lines showing under OSHA DART Rate KPI? What can I do to fix this?

 

I don't think I can combine the tables since, in the end, I will be creating measures to calculate the actual KPIs. I have tried searching for the last couple of hours, and could not find anything.

 

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

 

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v-ljerr-msft Super Contributor
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Re: Multiple Tables with Categories in Matrix Visual with Show on Rows Turned On

Hi @mmyers2,

Why are Dart Incidents showing under the BULK LPH and LUM LPH KPI, and Total Hours and Total Lines showing under OSHA DART Rate KPI? What can I do to fix this?

This is the default behavior with Matrix in Power BI. And I don't think there is an option change it currently. So I would suggests you add it as an idea on Power BI Ideas forum to improve Power BI on this feature. Smiley Happy

 

Regards

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v-ljerr-msft Super Contributor
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Re: Multiple Tables with Categories in Matrix Visual with Show on Rows Turned On

Hi @mmyers2,

Why are Dart Incidents showing under the BULK LPH and LUM LPH KPI, and Total Hours and Total Lines showing under OSHA DART Rate KPI? What can I do to fix this?

This is the default behavior with Matrix in Power BI. And I don't think there is an option change it currently. So I would suggests you add it as an idea on Power BI Ideas forum to improve Power BI on this feature. Smiley Happy

 

Regards

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