In this video, the instructor demonstrates how to use the % of Column and % of Row calculation options to customize how values are displayed within the PivotTable, and analyze them in terms of percentages out of a column or row total.
- [Instructor] The first Show Values As calculation…that I want to talk through…is one of the most powerful and also one of the most common,…which is the % of Column or % of Row,…depending on how you're viewing your data.…In our pivot, for those who have been following along,…we're going to go ahead and tweak this view a little bit…and pull Budget and Reviews out.…We're going to drag in Gross Revenue.…And here we go, we're going to continue to view by Genre.…Let's just go into our Design tools…and add Grand Totals for Rows and Columns.…
At this point, we're looking at the sum of Gross Revenue…with no additional calculation, broken down by genre.…Which may be exactly what I need but let's say someone asks,…all right, what share of total revenues were driven…by comedy films versus documentary films?…I could certainly make those calculations…by dividing the Revenue numbers into the Grand Total,…but that's an extra step and it's manual,…and I would love a way to automate that…or to skip that manual step.…So, what I could do here is right-click the values,…
- Establishing a layer convention and property filters
- Structuring your source data
- How PivotTables actually work
- Number formatting and conditional formatting
- Sorting and grouping options
- Troubleshooting incorrect sorting
- Value summarization and value calculation modes
- Inserting calculated items
- Visualizing data with PivotCharts
- Designing interactive dashboards
Skill Level Intermediate
Learning Excel Data-Analysis (2015)with Curt Frye2h 24m Beginner
Part 1: Introduction1m 8s
1. Getting Started
Getting to know IMDb2m 21s
2. PivotTable 101
3. PivotTable Formatting
4. Sorting, Filtering, and Grouping
5. Calculated Values, Fields, and Items
6. Visualizing Data with PivotCharts
7. Wrapping Up
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