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joshua1990
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Highest Sales week

I have a matrix that shows me the sales for each week.

Now I would like to add a second column that shows me the best week/ the highest sales.

But how?

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v-jayw-msft
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Hi @joshua1990 ,

 

The highest sales:

MAXX(FILTER(ALL(Table),[week]=SELECTEDVALUE([week])),[sales each week])

The best week:

CALCULATE(MAX([week]),FILTER(ALL(Table),[sales each week]=[highest sales]))

If I misunderstand your meaning, please show some sample data and expected result to us.

 

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Jay

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AlexisOlson
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Some example data and expected results would make this much easier to answer.

 

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