Group columns without stacking data
Is there a way to group numeric columns without summing the data? I want to group five columns, but simultaneously be able to view the data for each individual column in the group.
In my dataset, I have 15 columns of data: five columns represent the past populations of five bird species, five columns represent present populations of the same species, and the final five columns represent the future populations.
I want to be able to create a chart which compares the past, present and future populations. This means I want to aggregate the five rows of "past," five rows of "present," and five rows of "future."
When I used CONCAT, the result has been a sum of all five species. However, I do not want a grand sum. I want to be able to view the data for each of the five individual species in each of the three aggregations.
In other words, our data appears as follows:
Column 1: # of Species 1-Past
Column 2: # Species 2-Past
Column 3: # Species 3-Past
Column 6: # Species 1-Present
Column 7: # Species 2-Present
Column 15: # Species 5-Future
In our older dataset, we had it organized as follows:
Column 1: variables = past/present/future
Column 2: Species 1
Column 3: Species 2
Column 4: Species 3
Column 5: Species 4
Column 6: Species 5
This older format worked how we wanted it to, and allowed us to compare past/present/future population counts per species. However, our old dataset had more than ten million rows of data, and we want to shorten the length of the dataset, so we'd prefer if we can figure out a way to get the new format to work.
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