I would use a pivot table, see attachement
I would like to convert data in two columns, which lists an item and it's parent, into a visual hierarchy showing the relationship between products, similar to an organisation structure.
I am finding this quite hard to explain. Please see the attached xls as this shows what i am trying to do.
Please could someone give me some ideas about how to proceed.
Thanks for the reply, I hadn't thought of pivot tables. However I realise that i didn't post enough sample data, as i expect to have more than two levels of hierarchy, would i be able to this still with a pivot table.
Making it work for any number of hierarchy levels was a real bear. I had to use a recursive subroutine and I think I might've hurt my brain in the process.
It's not exactly what you asked for, but it's pretty darn close! For each item listed it recursively traces thru the parents in the heirarchy and lists them.
If you try to modify it and/or can't get it to work outside of my example, you might just be on your own. I think I'm gonna go sit in the corner now and tremble for awhile...
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Hi guys, I have similar but different issue.
I am making organisational chart. And I was thinking of pivot, however my input data sem not to be enough for what I want. I have column: Name Column2: Reports to and Column 3: Completion ratio of trainings.
Now when I make a pivot out of it, I fail to make subgroups, for example click on CEO I get VPs, when I click VPs I see senior managers. In my view, everything is separate. Here the simple example.
I really hope I dont need to manually insert 3-4 new columns with who reports further to whom, when it is already in table. org chart.xlsx
Hi mashnica - You are welcome to the forum, but please start a new thread for your problem ....
This is what the two previous posts to yours was referring to ("thread hijack"), and it also applies to you
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