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Data Studio Table With Columns Which Have Two Sets of Data Underneath?

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Hello everyone,

 

I'm looking to make what seems like a fairly simple table on one of our reports. Basically I need a table with columns that have 2 sets of data underneath each. Like this: 

 

| COLUMN 1 |  COLUMN 2 |

|  abc |  123   |   abc |  123   |

 

Is there any way to do something like this?

 

Thank you in advance for any help / suggestions!

Jon

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Data Studio Table With Columns Which Have Two Sets of Data Underneath?

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Yes, lots of people have been asking for pivot tables like this and the feature isn't yet available. One thing you could do, if the abc column all has the same values, is create two side by side charts and sort them by column abc so that they show up in the same order next to one another.

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Data Studio Table With Columns Which Have Two Sets of Data Underneath?

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As far as I can tell, this isn't possible yet.

 

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Data Studio Table With Columns Which Have Two Sets of Data Underneath?

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Yes, lots of people have been asking for pivot tables like this and the feature isn't yet available. One thing you could do, if the abc column all has the same values, is create two side by side charts and sort them by column abc so that they show up in the same order next to one another.

Data Studio Table With Columns Which Have Two Sets of Data Underneath?

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This is what I ended up doing, works well enough for now--thanks for the reply!