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There are two methods to do this, both attached here (and picture below). Both involve joining the data sets. The first is quicker/simpler, but isn't dynamic to how data might change in future (e.g. new columns being added); my preference would be method two (the second container) which transposes the data first, so we can join on the name (e.g. Joe) and field name (e.g. Air) and then just compare numbers side by side dynamically.