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Transpose columns and rows

Hello everyone,

Suppose the following data (Activity tracking in a company):

Month ProjectName DepartmentA DepartmentB DepartmentC TotalSpentTime Jan Pa 20% 60% 20% 10 man.days Jan Pb 10% 50% 40% 20 man.days Feb Pa 30% 40% 30% 10 man.days Feb Pb 60% 10% 30% 50 man.days

How to read the first line :

Within a company, 3 business departments A, B and C, are working together to achieve a bunch of projects.

In january, project Pa has spent 10 man.days including 20% from Department A, 60% from Department B and 20% from Department C.

In Lumira, by adding new calculated dimensions, I get the following :

Month ProjectName spentTimeA spentTimeB spentTimeC TotalSpentTime Jan Pa 2 m.d 6 m.d 2 m.d 10 m.d Jan Pb 2 m.d 10 m.d 8 m.d 20 m.d Feb Pa 3 m.d 4 m.d 3 m.d 10 m.d Feb Pb 30 m.d 5 m.d 15 m.d 50 m.d

My need :

I'd like to get a pie chart displaying the number of spent man.days per department.

As far as I understood, I need to have a data source like this one :

Departement SpentTime DepartmentA 37 m.d DepartmentB 25 m.d DepartmentC 28 m.d

Which is to say that I need to switch columns an rows, like a Transpose in Excel...

Do you think there is a way to make it, right in Lumira, or do I need Excel to prepare my data ?

Many thanks in advance for your precious help.

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    Posted on Sep 18, 2015 at 11:12 AM

    Hi Laurent - I think you need to prepare it in Excel - please see this thread:

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