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Huiyan
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Multiple IF and return calculated results if false

Hey Guys, 

 

Can you kindly guide me on the formula below? If formula result is bigger than 1.5, i want to cap it at 1.5, otherwise I need to keep the calculated result. Is there a way to do this?

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Thanks in advance! 

Huiyan

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@Huiyan 

Can you try this formula?

Achievement_viz =
VAR one =
    CALCULATE (
        IF (
            [Culmulative] = 0,
            SUM ( Data[A2020] ) / SUM ( Data[M2020] ),
            (
                ( SUM ( Data[A2020] ) - SUM ( Data[Baseline] ) )
                    / ( SUM ( Data[M2020] ) - SUM ( Data[Baseline] ) )
            )
        )
    )
RETURN
    IF ( one >= 1.5, 1.5, one )
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Fowmy
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@Huiyan 

Can you paste the formula in this replay box as text to check?. 

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Huiyan
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@Fowmy  Millions thanks!

Achievement_viz = CALCULATE(IF((IF([Culmulative]="0",SUM(Data[A2020])/sum(Data[M2020]),((SUM(Data[A2020])-sum(Data[Baseline]))/(SUM(Data[M2020])-SUM(Data[Baseline])))))>1.5,1.5,"")) 

@Huiyan 

Can you explain where you are getting the wrong results, you can share the screenshot that includes all the fields. Are you creating a Measure or a Calculated column?

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Huiyan
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I'm creating a measure. You can see in the table below, there are only '150%' because I did the cap. For the empty cells, I want them to be filled with results of the underlined formula, e.g. 140%, 130%,80% etc. I need to revise the "" part. But I don't know how. @Fowmy 

 

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@Huiyan 

Can you try this formula?

Achievement_viz =
VAR one =
    CALCULATE (
        IF (
            [Culmulative] = 0,
            SUM ( Data[A2020] ) / SUM ( Data[M2020] ),
            (
                ( SUM ( Data[A2020] ) - SUM ( Data[Baseline] ) )
                    / ( SUM ( Data[M2020] ) - SUM ( Data[Baseline] ) )
            )
        )
    )
RETURN
    IF ( one >= 1.5, 1.5, one )
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