Utilizing the Table and Dynamic Table options in Checklists can bring a wealth of power and information in a very reduced and condensed amount of space. However, be aware of how each Task is created/formatted to ensure each task or expected response has a sub-label defined.
In the example below an initial "Task" is created with 3 additional task rows added below: Temperature, Voltage, and Power. Three additional columns are added and defined as Week 1, Week 2, and Week 3. Visually, a person would assume that the information needed is the Temperature, Voltage, and Power across 3 separate weeks. However, the system does not correlate the responses this way and cannot see the association between Temperature and Week 1, etc. It actually sees them as duplicated tasks and will report them as such.
What should I do?
The pencil icon under each Week column, gives you the option to add another text field or sub-label. Defining each column using the sub-label allows the system to differentiate the tasks and report on them appropriately.