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## Custom row expression in a Pivot Table

Hello,

I have a Pivot Table where the last Dimension (active?) has Yes or No values.  I moved this field so it is the last 2 columns of my Pivot.  The expression is a sum of hours.  The pivot works great but now the customer would like to see the value of NO/YES as the last column.  I can't figure out a way to do this.  Any ideas?  I tried searching this forum and others before asking.  Any advice would be appreciated.

Below is an image of what I am trying to do...

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The easiest solution is, as Joe says above, to use three expressions

• sum({<active={'Yes'}>}hours)
• sum({<active={'No'}>}hours)
• sum({<active={'No'}>}hours)/sum({<active={'Yes'}>}hours)

Make sure to use the correct case sensitive field names.

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Creator

From what you state/show I believe you have count([active?]) as the expression and are including [active?] as one of the dimensions. If not, please attach sample qvw.

One alternative (depending on what you need) is to define a 'Yes' and 'No' expression using set analysis: count({<[active?]={"Yes"}>} [active?]) for the 'Yes' expression

count({<[active?]={"No"}>} [active?]) for the 'No' expression

You can then create a 3rd expression as [No]/[Yes] and set the number format accordingly.

The easiest solution is, as Joe says above, to use three expressions

• sum({<active={'Yes'}>}hours)
• sum({<active={'No'}>}hours)
• sum({<active={'No'}>}hours)/sum({<active={'Yes'}>}hours)

Make sure to use the correct case sensitive field names.

talk is cheap, supply exceeds demand
Master III

Hi,

May be something like this?

You can try with secondaryDimensionality function.

Sample attached..

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Author

You are my hero.  That worked perfectly.  I have never used Set Analysis but will need to start reading up on it.

Master III

If not, please make clear what part of your question you still need help with .

May you live in interesting times!
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I don't see the Correct Answer button?  Qlik Community Tip: Marking Replies as Correct or Helpful  Sorry, I am brand new to actually posting on this site.

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