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lprasanth
Contributor II
Contributor II

pivot table expression

Hi,

  Basically I am working on a pivot table. Can anyone help me to solve the following equation? it would very much be appreciated.

 Number of reference « pooling Pxxx» : Number of [Ref. Pooling] starting with P***
 Number of reference « Mono Mxxx» : Number of [Ref. Pooling] starting with M*** or
Number of [Ref. Pooling] with [Code raison] « camion « mono-industriel »
 Pooling rate (camions théoriques) = Number of [Ref. Pooling] starting with P*** / total
Number of reference (« pooling Pxxx + Mono Mxxx »)

 

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jerfwork
Contributor III
Contributor III

Hi,

For number 1 and 2 can done by this dimension. and tick 'Suppress When Value is Null' in the same tab.

=IF(LEFT([Ref. Pooling],1)='M','MXXX',
IF(LEFT([Ref. Pooling],1)='P','PXXX'))

For number 3, go to Presentation tab, Tick 'Show Partial Sums'

For the expression, put COUNT(DISTINCT [Ref. Pooling])

 

Thanks.

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jerfwork
Contributor III
Contributor III

Hi, I'm not very understand about your requirement but I hope below helps.

Please use below as dimension.

=IF(LEFT([No Of Reference],1)='M','MXXX',
IF(LEFT([No Of Reference],1)='P','PXXX',
[No Of Reference]))

 

For Expression, put COUNT(DISTINCT [No Of Reference])

Thanks.

Jeff

lprasanth
Contributor II
Contributor II
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Hi jefwork,

the following are the ones I need to be solved.

1.Number of [Ref. Pooling] starting with P***

2.Number of [Ref. Pooling] starting with M***

3.Number of [Ref. Pooling] starting with P*** / total
Number of reference (Number of [Ref. Pooling] starting with P*** + Number of [Ref. Pooling] starting with M***)

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jerfwork
Contributor III
Contributor III

Hi,

For number 1 and 2 can done by this dimension. and tick 'Suppress When Value is Null' in the same tab.

=IF(LEFT([Ref. Pooling],1)='M','MXXX',
IF(LEFT([Ref. Pooling],1)='P','PXXX'))

For number 3, go to Presentation tab, Tick 'Show Partial Sums'

For the expression, put COUNT(DISTINCT [Ref. Pooling])

 

Thanks.