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create a new calculated column if values are found in a column then calculate from other column

I have given below dataset

I would like to create a new calculated table using the above given table where we can categorise the city gender and an age group for summing up the "Numbers" Column.

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Add a new calcualted column like this.

``````Age Group =
SWITCH (
TRUE (),
Table[Age] < 12, "0-11",
Table[Age] < 16, "12-15",
Table[Age] < 25, "16-24",
Table[Age] < 31, "25-30",
Table[Age] < 36, "31-35",
Table[Age] < 41, "36-40",
"40+"
)``````

You would just need to adjust the ranges to match what you want to show in your report.

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Super User

Hi,

After creating the calculated column as suggested by @jdbuchanan71, create a matrix visual and drag City/Gender to the row labels and Age Group to the column labels.  Write this measure

Total = sum(Data[Numbers])

Hope this helps.

Regards,
Ashish Mathur
http://www.ashishmathur.com
Super User

Add a new calcualted column like this.

``````Age Group =
SWITCH (
TRUE (),
Table[Age] < 12, "0-11",
Table[Age] < 16, "12-15",
Table[Age] < 25, "16-24",
Table[Age] < 31, "25-30",
Table[Age] < 36, "31-35",
Table[Age] < 41, "36-40",
"40+"
)``````

You would just need to adjust the ranges to match what you want to show in your report.

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