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Posted by Andy Brown on 04 January 2018
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Unpivoting data in Query Editor: a case study
This blog shows starts with a simple spreadsheet of data in Excel:
The source data for this case study.
I'll show how you can load this into Query Editor (you could use either PowerPivot or Power BI Desktop; for this blog we'll use the latter), and then transform it to get this:
We'll apply an unpivot transform to generate one row for each value in the Excel spreadsheet.
Finally, I'll use this data to derive the following chart:
I'll show (in summary) how to create this stacked column chart.
Let's start with importing the data!
You can download the file yourself if you want to follow along!