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27-10-2017

Hi everyone,

this is my very first post.

I would like to add a column (metric)

It will get the value (page views) of the 4th row and sum it to each row from the report.

New column beside page views :

37

34

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6

Is there a way to do that?

Obviously, it s a very simple calculation for a start.

thanks

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Hi,

I am though unclear of the business requirement over here as usually, adding a metric's data to line items belonging to other line item is not a best practice. Assuming it as an implementation bug , here are couple of workarounds:

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31-10-2017

Thank you all,

I will review your comments and read the different links.

hopefully, I will understand how to do it and will get back to you.

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I would suggest you to use numeric 2 classification. Numeric 2 Classifications

Examples: Examples

The post above suggestions are also valid but you might want to explore numeric 2 classification as it is powerful when used correctly to calculated new metrics based on existing metrics values.