(By: Gil Raviv. Originally published here)
By now, if you read my previous posts in the series The Definitive Guide to Unpivot in Excel (all posts here), you will feel confident with the following challenge:
We have a table of event names, dates and comma-separated participant names, and we want to build a PivotTable that will show us the participants and their count of events (as the following screenshot shows).
In today’s post we will examine the intuitive solution that includes a split and unpivot transformations, but then we will see a much better and scalable way to achieve our goal.
Let’s start with a walkthrough of the intuitive solution.
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