@SO What is the context of this data? What is it you want to communicate?
I don't fully understand, but have tried pivoting your data so that you have one column for source and one column for destination, I'm just not sure what to use for the values in these columns (I used Level and set to don't aggregate), but not every person ID has data for both years...
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Each person has 6 scores for each reporting period and there are 6 reporting periods a year and there are 100K entrys per report. Pivoting the table is not an option for me so I was trying to find a way to use a measure to sort this out. We also use AnalysisServices.
You asked a great question, what am I trying to show? I'm trying to find people that have moved from one level to another over time. It appears that most remain at the same level, but some move up, and others down. I'd really like to have the pattern continue over several reports or years, but one step at a time. :-).
Thanks for attempt and much appreciated. I was able to generate my 'ideal' image by creating a small data set and doing what you did. Very intensive to do for each reporting period. Any more thoughts or ideas? I've watched many videos and read many forums and tried many measure codes, but I cannot get it to work for me.