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Aug 24, 2017 8:44 AM
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I have a dataset where class is broken into "Initial" and "Refined" groups. There are also subclasses within each group...

I want to split the table so the two groups are in two different columns like so

However, when I tried splitting the table as shown below I only get one instance of each Item Class.

Question: How can I split this table so that all values are represented?

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Aug 25, 2017 8:55 AM
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You can do it by adding a new Grouping column, which allows the matching of the Subclass levels(number). I just added a new column "Column 4" and gave it the formula:

`Right(:Subclass, 1)`

I then used it in the Tables==>Split platform

and got the results data table

Jim

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Aug 28, 2017 11:44 AM
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Thanks so much for your response Jim.

Unfortunately this workaround won't get what I need. There are 5000+ rows in the dataset and the Subclasses are all characters (the numbers I included were as an example only).

I might be able to fenagle an index column to achieve your example below but I was hoping I was just overlooking a box that needed to be checked.

My JSL writing skills are limited so don't waste your time coming up with a lengthy code snippit as a solution :)

Thanks again.

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Aug 28, 2017 12:02 PM
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I assumed the Right() function would not be the miracle cure for your problem. The point of the extra column is simply to just come up with a column that allows for the grouping requried for your data. If you think in those terms, you may find a simple solution in your data.

Jim