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josedavidsa Frequent Visitor
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Sort a matrix by a specific column.

Hello,
This is an example of my information:

 

tabla0.png

I need to create two matrices, one for costs and another for margin. I need both to be organized by "2018 costs":

 

TaBLE.png

 

Additionally I want to color the row of product B or whichever I choose.

 

I appreciate any help.

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Community Support Team
Community Support Team

Re: Sort a matrix by a specific column.

Hi

 

In this scenario,does this "I need both to be organized by "2018 costs"" mean to sort two matrixes by "2018 costs"?

If it is in this case, please refer to following steps.

For the matrix for costs, you need select “Sort By cost” as below.

10.png

 

For another for margin, make the “margin” column selected and select “cost” in Modeling->Sort by Column simultaneously.

11.png

12.png

 

To color the row for product B in both matrix, in Format pane->the conditional formatting, open Advanced controls dialog. This blog is for your reference.

Create a measure in your model that return 1 if a product is “B”, then in Color by rules mode chose to format the product name green if the measure returns 1

Measure = IF(MAX([product])="B",1,0)

13.png

14.png

 

Best Regards

Maggie

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Community Support Team
Community Support Team

Re: Sort a matrix by a specific column.

Hi

 

In this scenario,does this "I need both to be organized by "2018 costs"" mean to sort two matrixes by "2018 costs"?

If it is in this case, please refer to following steps.

For the matrix for costs, you need select “Sort By cost” as below.

10.png

 

For another for margin, make the “margin” column selected and select “cost” in Modeling->Sort by Column simultaneously.

11.png

12.png

 

To color the row for product B in both matrix, in Format pane->the conditional formatting, open Advanced controls dialog. This blog is for your reference.

Create a measure in your model that return 1 if a product is “B”, then in Color by rules mode chose to format the product name green if the measure returns 1

Measure = IF(MAX([product])="B",1,0)

13.png

14.png

 

Best Regards

Maggie

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josedavidsa Frequent Visitor
Frequent Visitor

Re: Sort a matrix by a specific column.

Hi Maggie, thank you very much for your time.

 

Unfortunately it does not work, in your case works because your data is organized.

 

It is organizing by total and not by the year 2017.

FF316 Visitor
Visitor

Re: Sort a matrix by a specific column.

Hi,

 

I have the exact same requirement, have you ever come up with a solution?

Please let me know if you do, thank you.

 

Regards,

 

Felix

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