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Anonymous
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applying a condition on a column without creating a new condition column.

hello i'm debutant on power bi
I have a problem with applying a condition on a column without creating a new condition column.

 

something like that apply this function on the city(ville) column directly : 

 

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(please write months the steps) i am debutant 

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parry2k
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@Anonymous after you added new custom column, why not remove the 1st column and then rename the 2nd column in following steps.






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parry2k
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@Anonymous after you added new custom column, why not remove the 1st column and then rename the 2nd column in following steps.






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Anonymous
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first of thank you for your answers

I have more than 150 city if I want to apply this function must enter each time the name of the city? Do you have a solution for me?

@Anonymous not sure what you mean 150 cities, if it is rows then no problem or it is 150 columns?






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Anonymous
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I have a columns like this with 150 ligne : 

 

evry-centre

paris-nord

marseille-cedex-3

.

.

.

 

 

I want to transfer them

 

evry

paris

marseille

.

.

.

 

@parry2k 

Anonymous
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@parry2k  

 

i don't want to keep the second column because I have correct city on the first column I just want to correct the city which is not well written on the same column

Anonymous
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Hello Faiz,

You have Split Column option in the Transform tab,Then you can split by delimiter.

After that, you can remove the second column.

I hope this would be the right answer.

 

 

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