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Helper I
Helper I

Bar chart with differents calcs and filters

Hi community,

 

I need create a bar chart with 3 columns, that the 1st bar is the highest value in datatable, ignoring the slicer of dates. The others 2 columns are the latest two dates of sliced period.

 

E.g., I have the following dataset:

 

date value
01/01/2020 80
02/01/2020 90
03/01/2020 100
04/01/2020 70
05/01/2020 20
06/01/2020 20
07/01/2020 50
08/01/2020 15
09/01/2020 25
10/01/2020 55
11/01/2020 13
12/01/2020 13
13/01/2020 7

 

Based in dataset above, if I slicer the period 05/01/2020 to 10/01/2020 , the 1st bar must be 100 and the other two, 25 and 55, respectively.

 

Anybody help me in this case?

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Super User IX
Super User IX

Re: Bar chart with differents calcs and filters

Sure, for the first one, use MAXX with an ALL filter. For the other ones, you should be able to just use MIN and MAX or perhaps you need to use this pattern:

https://community.powerbi.com/t5/Quick-Measures-Gallery/Lookup-Min-Max/m-p/985814#M434


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Helper I
Helper I

Re: Bar chart with differents calcs and filters

Hi, @Greg_Deckler.

 

This solution does not worked, because I need just 3 columns and using this solution sending by you, resulted in one  column for each date.

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