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vjnvinod
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Power BI Tricky new question

Dear community,

 

Below is what is visual in my power Bi dashboard

 

Parent Cost TypePlan TotalMLOActual USD Constant
PTW73506.222597350617098
People Cost68571.106536857130362
SLSL30184.640453018511717
Other0079
Sold Time-5261.96957-5262-2986

 

i would like to achieve below

 

Parent Cost TypePTWPeople CostSLSLOtherSold Time
Plan Total73506.2225968571.10730184.640-5261.97
MLO7350668571301850-5262
Actual USD Constant17098303621171779-2986

 

let me know how can i achieve this?

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Greg_Deckler
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That greatly depends on what your original source data looks like, how is that structured? Is it like the first table? 


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@Greg_Deckler

 

yes, it is structured like my firtst table

Baskar
Resident Rockstar
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Try to follow the below steps 

Demote to header as rowDemote to header as rowTransposeTransposeAfter TransposeAfter TransposePromote first row as headerPromote first row as header

@Baskar

 

unfortunately, this dataset is very small, as i have only provided the visuals table.

i am not in favour of doing this in power query, as this could effect my dashboard.

 

is there any mesure we can create?

 

 

Baskar
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Can please share your PBIX file with sample data.

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