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Unpivoting a Multi-Field Matrix in Power BI

Meagan Longoria gets out of a tricky situation:

I had to do this for a client the other day, and I realized I hadn’t blogged about it. Let’s say you need to include data in a Power BI model, but the only source of the data is a matrix that is output from another system. And that matrix has multiple fields populating the columns. An example of this is below. The matrix has fiscal year and product category on columns, vertical on rows, and the profit metric populating the values.

Read on for a step-by-step guide on how to do this.

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