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Grouping the Data
Figure 8–57. Grouping this time by the sales order amounts
The Grouping dialog box here records the highest and lowest values among all the sales—a
spanand a suggested grouping interval, which we’ll accept. (Note: By typing a larger value, say 100, in
Starting at: , y ou ca n r e str i ct the g r oupi n g to be g i n a t the v al ue you’ve designated. The sub-100 values
will also be grouped, but in a “<100 category”.) By clicking OK, we get (Figure 8–58):
Figure 8–58. Big bucks: The transaction data, grouped in intervals of $1000
See what happens? The pivot report aggregated, or grouped , the sales order data by units of $1000
(Note: These aggregated intervals cannot be reformatted). If we then drag the same Order Amounts
field into the Values area—where it usually goes—but change its mathematical operation to Count , we
wind up with this (Figure 8–59):
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