I have a table:
I’ve created a new column called
Distinct Delivery Week, where I have the weeks 1-52 listed.
I want to create a count function if
Week == distinct delivery week, make it so it does a count and returns the
Channel category that has the most appearances in each respective week.
For example, if
App - Activation Organic appears more often than anything else in
Week 1, then it will be returned in a new column next to
Distinct Delivery Week
With so many data, it may be helpful if you use a simple PivotTable to count how many times per week does each channel appears, and get TOP 1 per week.
I made a fake dataset kind of like yours:
Then I created a Pivot Table like this:
- Fields WEEK and CHANNEL into rows section (first WEEK, second CHANNEL, the order is important)
- Again, field CHANNEL into VALUES section (make sure the field does a COUNT operation)
- Applied a VALUE FILTER in column CHANNEL –> TOP 10, set it up to show just TOP 1
It’s a really easy way to get a list where you can see the channel that appears most per week.
I figured out how to do it using this source.
The formula I used was: