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Well, it was very easy. I found it by myself, and also @Kuba posted it as a comment (I think it has been deleted, though). I can get what I want by using Scaled. It does not directly use pixels, but I can get the same results: Panel[Grid[{{"Hello", "World", "!"}}, Spacings -> 1, ItemSize -> {{Scaled[1/3], Scaled[1/3], Scaled[1/3]}, Automatic}], ...


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I don't understand the intermediate output that you want as you did not give it in Dataset form, but I believe the grouping you want can be done with this: ds = dataset2[GroupBy[{#b &, #a &}], All, All, Extract["c"]]; ds // Normal <|"x" -> <|1 -> {1}, 2 -> {4}|>, "y" -> <|1 -> {2, 7}|>, "z" -> <|1 -> {7}, 2 ...


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I think the problem is that SpanFromLeft match the dimensions of the first cell in the row (which is "Test\nSim\nParams"). the first cell is bigger than the others in the same levels. you may try some thing like this: Grid[{ {"", SpanFromLeft, "simple\nmodel", "improved\nmodel"}, {"Test ", "param1 =", 1, SpanFromLeft}, {"Sim\nParams", "param2 =", ...



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