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Capturing user input data like this one

Hello,

 

I was wondering how to capture user input, like it did here for "frequent users", "pro users" and "occassional users", to trigger some calculations. 

 

https://community.powerbi.com/t5/Data-Stories-Gallery/Power-BI-Premium-Calculator/td-p/678223

 

 

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Re: Capturing user input data like this one

@ek2112 you can use the slicer for number field and you will get the same look and feel. just a create table with a columns with the value range you want. for example if you want 1 to 100, there will be a column with 1 to 100 value and you can create this table easily by DAX

 






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Re: Capturing user input data like this one

@ek2112 you can use what-if analysis parameter to achieve this.






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Re: Capturing user input data like this one

@parry2k thank you, I tried to get the right visual for the text box. Can this be achieved through the regular text box visual?

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Super User IV

Re: Capturing user input data like this one

@ek2112 you can use the slicer for number field and you will get the same look and feel. just a create table with a columns with the value range you want. for example if you want 1 to 100, there will be a column with 1 to 100 value and you can create this table easily by DAX

 






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Super User IV

Re: Capturing user input data like this one

@ek2112 go to modelling table, click data table and enter following DAX command, and you will get Range table with Value column and then you can use Value column in a slicer

 

Range = GENERATESERIES( 1, 100, 1 )





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Re: Capturing user input data like this one

@parry2k Thank you again! Will try it out. 

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