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Building a table with multiple predict values

aohls
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I have see a few older questions on something like this but nothing too new. I have a table right now we manually generate using a number of searches; getting data for the past few weeks. Using this as a way to identify trends and find items with low volume or long response times. Using predict would greatly reduce this need but, I would need a split by clause.

In Short I am getting something like

_timeVolumelow(predicted(Volume)high(predicted(Volume)ResponseTimelow(predicted(ResponseTime)high(predicted(ResponseTime)

 

What I would like is.

OperationVolumelow(predicted(Volume)high(predicted(Volume)ResponseTimelow(predicted(ResponseTime)high(predicted(ResponseTime)
op1104159515
op25295110

 

I am tabling the data so I would only have one entry for each operation.  I want it to show an overview of the operations using the predicted values for context and then I would create formatting if they are outside some bounds of the predicted value.

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