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Post Prodigy
Post Prodigy

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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Super User IV
Super User IV

Re: Power BI Tricky new question

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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Post Prodigy
Post Prodigy

Re: Power BI Tricky new question

@Greg_Deckler

 

yes, it is structured like my firtst table

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Resident Rockstar
Resident Rockstar

Re: Power BI Tricky new question

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

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Post Prodigy
Post Prodigy

Re: Power BI Tricky new question

@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?

 

 

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Resident Rockstar
Resident Rockstar

Re: Power BI Tricky new question

Can please share your PBIX file with sample data.

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