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Group by columns

You can group rows by one or more columns with the help of the GROUP_BY() function.

Group by one column.

Group by two columns.

Note: By default, the name of the grouped column consists of two parts: the prefix "by_" + the name of the column, by which the rows are grouped. To change the name of the grouped column, use the following expression: column_name as new_column_name.

For example, if in the GROUP_BY() function you specified "warehouse" as the column to group by:

=GROUP_BY(B12, "warehouse")
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The grouped column name in the resulting frame defaults to "by_warehouse".

To change the default name of the grouped column to "count", use

=FRAME(B12,"warehouse as count")
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