Based on real-life examples

In the previous three blog posts, we learned how to use Transpose Data, Pivot Column, and Unpivot Columns in Power Query.

These super-powerful data transformation tools allow us to automatically shape our data in a way that we can easily load into Power BI or Excel.

As I promised during those tutorials, I have a real-life example for you.

It is based on something that I read on the Power BI Community page. Usually, that’s where I start when I’m lost or not 100% sure why Power BI or Power Query don’t behave the way I want them to be.

Without further ado, let’s jump straight into today’s guide.


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