Power BI | Combining queries exercise | Combine 3 files of exercising data stored in 3 different ways

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Software ==> Power BI  (111 exercises)
Version ==> Latest update
Topic ==> Combining queries  (2 exercises)
Level ==> Harder than average
Subject ==> Power BI training
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Three friend called Ben, Bill and Bob were arguing about who did the most exercise, so they agreed to monitor how much cycling, swimming and running each did over a period of 4 weeks.  Unfortunately they neglected to agree on a common data format.

Load and combine data from the 3 files in the above folder to produce this matrix in Power BI Desktop summarising who did how much of each activity:

Collated data

Some hints: you'll need to unpivot some of the data; a good way to extract Ben's activity is to create a column by example; when you've got the 3 friends' data in compatible format, you'll need to create an append query to combine the 3 resulting queries into a single query.


Save this report as Easier by hand, then close it down.

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