- Bernard K
How many customers bought a certain combination of products?
This is a common question in retail industry - when one is interested to know how many customers ordered certain items together.
Let’s build a case.
(The above sample data contains four columns – i.e., Id, Order Id, Customer Name and Product. Order Id represents each order by customers – with some of the orders containing several products).
(You can populate similar data to follow along)
In this case, using data in the above snapshot, lets find the customers who ordered a ‘Chair’ and a ‘Table’ at the same time.
First let’s create a calculation that will return ‘Chair’ and ‘Table’ while bundling the rest of products as nulls.
Next, let’s create a calculation that returns true for orders containing two unique products (i.e., Chair & Table) while returning False for order containing one or zero unique products.
Add the above calculation as a filter and select ‘TRUE’.
For this case, the above calculation has been used as a filter in the following view.
We can therefore say, for this sample data. Three customers namely, James Kilo, Keith and Kelly ordered a Chair and a Table together.
I hope this was helpful to you.
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