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Anonymous
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Multiple header in table visualization

Hi everyone

 

i should create a two headers table visualization in Power BI:

 

 Index 1Index 2
 123365
1/1/202022,4525,87

 

Exporting data from dashboard i should mantain the same format also in excel.

 

Can you help me?

 

Thx

Mike

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I don't think you would be able to create the double header effect I'm afraid.

 

You could put your second header on as a row header but that will move you away, slightly, from the effect you were looking for.





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Hi @Anonymous 

 

Select the Table visual and drop your 3 fields into it.  This should give you what you require.

 

Unless I'm misunderstanding what you are asking for?





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Anonymous
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Many thanks,

in my database index, code index and period are in row. Using power query i created a pivot column using index and i obtained this:

Index 1Index 2
1/1/202022,4925,87

both in excel and in PBI.

To obtain the target solution, i need to add another row and insert code index related to index 1 and index 2 and create another header in table visualization.

In this way i can obtain this and exporting data i can visualize the correct template

Index 1Index 2
123345
1/1/202022,4925,87

You'll need to explain, a bit more, of what you want to create in this additional row?

 

Is it only 1 additional row you are looking to create?





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Anonymous
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Yes, because in my data model i have:

 

IDPeriodIndexCode IndexValue
11/1/2020Index 112322,56
21/1/2020Index 234525,67

 

Using power query in PBI desktop  i can transpose Index column to obtain 

 

 Index 1index 2
1/1/202022,5625,67

 

but the final result should be 

 Index 1Index 2
 123345
1/1/202022,5625,67

 

I think that to obtain the final result i should transpose also the initial code index column, but i don't know if it is possible.

I don't think you would be able to create the double header effect I'm afraid.

 

You could put your second header on as a row header but that will move you away, slightly, from the effect you were looking for.





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Anonymous
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Ok thanks

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