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I have the following table that needs to be structured in a much more appealing manner -

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I've been breaking my head into how to structure this better to fit in a desktop screen and also make the most sense for the user.

Points to be noted are -

  1. Office 2 is the parent object for Office 3 & 4. So basically, if Office 2 is Europe, Office 3 & 4 will be Netherlands and Belgium respectively and so on.
  2. S1 -> S16 are a set of quality standards that each office must adhere to when delivering a product.
  3. In analytics, 1/10 indicates the number of standards that are being met per unit that is sold. If 1/10 -> that means that only 1/10 products met S1.
  4. There are 12-15 sub-offices per office

How can I structure this table to be more visually appealing and also give the user the data that they want?

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You can invert the rows and columns like this:

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And put a filter for the user to filter the standards.

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  • Apologies for not mentioning but we generally have around 15 sub offices as well :/ – Michael Victor Apr 26 '17 at 16:25
  • I've also updated the question. – Michael Victor Apr 26 '17 at 16:31
  • In this case, I would keep the table the way you proposed and put a filter in the "offices" column, so the user could select which office would like to see the standards – Maisa Barros Apr 26 '17 at 16:37

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