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Edit the report, and go to the "*Report Attributes*" tab.
Then you need to Click on the Edit icon of the COLUMN that you want to be conditional.
There is a region here called "*Conditional Display*" where you can set the column conditions.
You can use the "*Value of Item in Expression 1 is NOT NULL*" option to base the columns conditions depending on whether a Page or Application item is not null.
Note: when using this option, the item name needs to be entered without the colon ":"
Hmm I don't think this is something that you could do, the reason being that if you were referencing the report column, this would not return one value, but have a different value for each record.
If you wanted another column's data visible based on the value of another, by a row-by-row basis, this would be something you would control in the SQL using a CASE statement.
In the case that you may always only be displaying one record of the report, you could create a page item, and then populate this item using a SQL query that returns the value of the column.
Maybe if you give us some more specific examples of what you are trying to achieve, suggestions could be provided for alternative ways to accomplish the task.