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B_atWork
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Prep survey data results for analysis

Hello, I have received multiple spreadsheets full of tables of aggregated survey data. The tables are matrices that have rows of responses to a question (1 on the low end to 5 on the high end), and columns that contain the total responses from each category (companies of medium, large, and enterprise sizes). I'd like to get the data into a table that has a column for the company size, responses, and number of responses. However, I'm not sure how I'm supposed to unpivot the table I have, or if there is something else I need to do. Any help would be appreciated. Links to the data and report are below.

 

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B_atWork
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Welp, doing one more web search got me the answer. Highlighting the first two columns and then clicking "Unpivot other columns" did the trick.

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jennratten
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This is a good explanation of how to handle survey data with PowerBI.
https://www.daxpatterns.com/survey/ 

B_atWork
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Welp, doing one more web search got me the answer. Highlighting the first two columns and then clicking "Unpivot other columns" did the trick.

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