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rpiboy1
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Helper V

Evaluating a boolean properly in a measure

I'm not sure if this is a context issue, or not. I have a "simple" measure like this:

 

Deviation Calc = 
VAR CurrentVal = [% of Bnch Growth by Cat] 
VAR PercRemainder = [Avg Cat Deviation Value] 
VAR Diff = ABS(PercRemainder - CurrentVal)
VAR IsDependent = [CategoryIsDependent]
VAR __calc = IF( Diff > [Allowed Progam % Deviation], [Allowed Progam % Deviation], Diff)
VAR Result = IF([CategoryIsDependent], __calc, BLANK())
RETURN
    RESULT
 
[IsDependent] properly returns True or False in a table visual based on the row's value (and yes I thought through the logic, and it has to converted to a measure because of context).
 
The goal is if the boolean is false return a blank for that particular row, or return the calculated value (which works fine). The reason is that this measure is to be used to drive conditional formatting, but you can't apply two levels of conditional formatting, so I need a way to exclude certain rows that should not be formatted with the conditional formatting. I'm using a color scale, so I need to keep the values.
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