I have a problem as I need to present data with different data sources. I'd like the calculations to be as "automatic" as possible. The data consists of countries and regions and their sales pipe. The pivot table doesn't give me all the data that I need to present so I need to add extra columns with calculations and data from other data sources.
The problem I meet is that the 'total row' within each group needs to be reflected in my columns as well (F:G) It works as long as the data I've imported has the same amount of States within each group of Contry but if the number of states differs with the newly imported data - my "manual" columns are wrong.
(A;B;C;D;E;F;G;H) Country;State; Red; Amber; Green; Quota; Total PV; Coverage;
I've created a Pivot table on the first 5 columns [Country; ...; Risk] (A:E)
The following columns are manually entered based on the pivot (F:H)
Quota (data source from another sheet) Total PV (a sum of Red; Amber; Green in the Pivot) Coverage (returns % of TotalPV/Quota)
For each group Quota and Total PV needs to summarize the above data within the group. I've 'hard coded it' today (SUM(F3:F5)) - F3:F5 can as well be F3:F8 or F3:F4 depending on the imported data. I have 8 different Countries (groups) with different amounts of States and 3 different sheets for each Region of countries so I need this summary to be automatic based on what group (Country) it belongs to. How can I make the calculation different so that it's dynamic as well as the Pivot table? Today it's not dynamic and it needs my 'hands on'.
I am trying to get my data to be visualized on a monthly basis. A Pivot Table works perfectly in getting the right arrangement, except that it performs a calculation in the values summary field. Is there a solution that allows the Pivot Table to plop the actual text values that it is pulling from? Maybe Excel Pivot Tables aren't the right solution, so maybe another type of software might be useful? Or perhaps a change in the VBA script? The original table looks like this:
ID Description Date Code Building 10223 Package/Split 02/01/2015 ALRM1 A 10223 Package/Split 02/01/2015 PLMB1 A 10992 Pump Test 03/13/2015 ALRM1 B 10992 Pump Test 03/13/2015 PLMB1 B 10992 Pump Test 03/13/2015 ALRM1 B 11432 Inspection 03/13/2015 ALRM1 C
The way I would like for it to look is this:
January February March Building ID Description Building ID Description Building ID Description A 10223 Package/Split B 10992 Pump Test C 11432 Inspection
In the original report, there can be multiple codes for the same ID (ALRM1 and PLMB1 for 10223). In such cases, Pivot Table works by summing up the values, therefore displaying the ID in just one row. I would like for it to do the same thing (spit a multiple row ID as one row) but display the actual text values of Building, ID, and Description as shown. I don't need the code in the table, but it's there in the original data simply to differentiate between the two IDs.!
I have a pivot table that I create weekly to include the new week's data, as well as the rest of the weeks in the year. I'd like for the macro to pull all of the columns like "WE" into the pivot table so that it includes the current week. Below is what the code looks like now. Is there a way to tell the macro to pull columns based on "field name like" language? I've been able to get this far, but it doesn't loop the headers to find all of the columns that have WE headers.
Dim PT As PivotTable Dim PF As PivotField Dim FldName As String Dim LastCol As Integer Dim TxtStr As String Dim wsName As String
I want to get a subtotal of columns B C and D in a pivot table. I have tried to add a calculated item to a pivot table to add columns B C and D. When I try adding a calcuted item I am getting an additional column inserted after columns B C and D. Each additional column has the previous column duplicated. I want a subtotal of column B C and D. I don't want to use the grand total function because I also have columns E through H that I don't want in the subtotal.
How can I get the columns B C and D subtotaled within the pivot table?
How can you visually format a column with multiple values in a pivot table? Say you have month in the column section, and three values in the value section: budget, actuals, variance; I want to visually seperate each month's set of data.
I have a large data set that I want to pivot on to produce various results. I can easily pivot on two columns to produce those Unique IDs where East AND West are "Yes" or "No." I want an easy to filter on results where either East OR West is "yes." I could do this with a joined (Concatenated column) such as East/West but was hoping there might be an easier solution built into Excel pivot feature.
Pivot Tables. The structure and subject-content of cells B3:D14 (Block A) is identical to those of cells F3:H14 (Block B). I want a pivot table to treat the two Blocks as if they occupied the same three columns (e.g. B3:D26).
How do I create a pivot table with multiple data columns? My fixed asset software will not let me create a report to list multiple months/ quarters. I've created a spreadsheet that I can dump each month into, but I'd like to be able to sort by G/L acct or Department. When I try to create a pivot table, I can't get it to accept each month as a data field. Ive attached a copy of the spreadsheet that I'm using & the report that I'd like it to look like.
Not sure if this is possible but I have a sheet of data which is effectively a project plan. It has a list of resources, role and phase etc. I then have lots of rows which are w/c dates and under each "week" I have the amount of hours or days they work. So for each person I can record their hours etc.
I then need a Pivot which basically collates the data and displays each phase's total hours but month. There maybe multiple phases or and each person may appear in each phase
So I am running in to a large brick wall! I have a single pivot tablet with a column for items received and then a column for items shipped. I would like to create a calculated field in the pivot table that will subtract the items received from the items shipped columns. I have attempted to add the calculated field using the tool bar but it keeps giving me "0" for every item on the pivot table when there are obvious differences.
Is a way to calculate the difference between two columns in a Pivot table .
I have the data something like this in a pivot table....
Sum of MetricValueColumn LabelsRow LabelsFebruaryMarchAprilMayJuneJulyNet New My SitesNet New Team Sites0Number of Provisioned Users322059319906322372350239332914328404Total Capacity In Use (GB)1585.381722.761824.731947.772124.282262.78Total No. of My Sites208212316924682307313313134317Total No. of Team Sites101751082311396683273227940
What i need to do is to calculate the "Net New My Sites" and "Net New Team Sites" values something like this.... Net New My Sites (March) = Total No. of My Sites(March) - Total No. of My Sites(February) Net New My Sites (April) = Total No. of My Sites(April) - Total No. of My Sites(March)
attached Pivot Table. There is a section, which I've marked, that shows how I want my Pivot Table report to look. I've had Excel 2007 kick me out a number of times when I've tried to filter and shift rows and columns to accomplish this and areas are frequently grayed out. Can someone please assist?
I'm attaching a file rather than going into a lot of detail here because I think a visual is easier here. The raw data, my attempt at the Pivot Table and my desired outcome all show on the same tab.
I have a couple of Pivot Tables that I create each month summarising my Income and Expenditure. The only problem I have is making the columns appear in the correct order, i.e. where July is month1 through June(the following year) being month 12 to coincide with my financial year. Oddly enough last month (January) was fine, following December.
This month January and February appear in columns 1 & 2.
When i tried to drop another field into data field, by default, the new data field will appear below the field which was already in there. However, i would like the new field showing in an new column - horizontally - rather than showing in a new row.
For example: Rather than the Pivot table appear like this:
I have a Table with 2 columns "Due Date" and "Completed Date". The pivot table from the table gives the count of each column. I want to have a calculated column giving the % complete, ie. "Count of Completed"/"Completed Date"*100. When I attempt to create this formula (using Pivot Table Options > Fields Items and Sets > Calculated field), I get a DivZero error, even though both columns are not zero. How do I create such a calculated column?
I wish to hide some columns that contain data used to update a pivot table in another worksheet. What I want to know is though, will this affect the pivot table? I think that graphs in excel will normally ignore data in hidden cells, so I was wondering if it was the same with pivot tables.
I'm using Excel 2007. My pivot table seems to be limiting me to 256 columns in the Values/Data area. In researching below I believe that I should be able to have 16,000 columns in my Pivot Table.
[URL] The "Big Grid" and Increased Limits in Excel 2007
PivotTables Maximum rows displayed in a PivotTable report is 1 million. Maximum columns displayed in a PivotTable report is 16,000. Maximum number of unique items within a single Pivot field is 1 million. Maximum number of fields visible in the Fields list is 16,000.
I have a huge data set with survey data (sample attached: sample.xlsx). Column headings: survey questions Row headings: respondent identifiers (names) Row data: answers to questions (numeric values, only five answer options 1,2,3,4 or 5, no blanks)
I need to build that kind of pivot table:
Rows - list of particular questions (i.e. questions no. 3, 7 and 12) Columns - list of all diffrent answer entries (eventually, it will be 1,2,3,4 and 5) - it could also be questions in columns and answers in row (no difference) Values - count answer entries (i.e. how many answers "5" are on quesiton 3)
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The reason I need pivot tables: i'll have to cross analyze multiple sets of questions. I'll have to do such cross-analysis 100+ times, so, writing a formula for each time does not quite work...
I have a Pivot Table. I have two Columns Currently Current Week and Previous Week. The Values are displayed as a count for the Status Field. I would like to know if it is possible to add a calculated formula that will take the count difference between Current Week and Previous Week?
I'm trying to produce a fixed format pivot table in Excel 2010. Normally I'd just construct a manual table using COUNTIFS, SUMIFS etc, howver, for this exercise the requirement is to be able to click on any field and have a tab pop up with the relavent data a la Pivot Table. But....I need the Pivot table to have a fixed format (which I can do with 'Preserve cell formatting on update') and to have all of the rows and columns in irrespective of whether there is data or not (i.e. if I haven't sold any apples in June, I still want the 'Apples' field to appear, just with a value of zero). I had assumed that the option I needed was 'Show items with no data on rows/columns' but these options are greyed out. I've tried right-clicking on the whole table, on individual fields and on labels but still get the same greyed out options.
Is there any way I can retain all of the rows and columns?
- a list of data - a pivottable based on these data
When moving this worksheet this worksheet to another workbook, the pivot table can't refresh anymore. This throws an error message "Reference is not valid". To work around this problem I need to adapt the datasource. The same occurs if the list and the pivot table are on separate sheet, with the added strange behaviour that, when data an PT are split, it is not possible to move both sheet together.
This would not be a big issue if my problem had to be solved manually. The real problem is that I need to move the sheets from a C# program.