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Datasets can include more than one unit. Let's look at an example of price types: current prices and constant prices.
To add a second price type you will need to create a new dimension—Price Type—which involves several steps, as follows:
- On the Dataset worksheet, Dimensions row, add a semicolon (;) and Price type (no space).
- Insert a new worksheet Price type. You will use at least three columns:
- Order to determine the sequence in the dataset,
- Name in the dataset’s original language,
- Code for the price type’s abbreviation.
- You may add a fourth column for a second language in the dataset.
- In the worksheet Data, you will copy and repeat all columns and rows, changing the Price type abbreviation, Price TypeName, Unit, and numerical values for each year. The Indicator value remains the same.
- When you upload your dataset, you will see Price Type as a dimension in your dataset. It uses the Price TypeName from your dataset to provide you with the option of which Price type to view your indicators in.
Note: You can follow the same steps to add any indicators-like dimensions into your dataset.