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dsandip59 Member
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City with Highest Sales but lowest profit

 

Hi,

I am using the below DAX expression

 

City with Highest Sales but lowest profit = LOOKUPVALUE('Orders'[City],
                         'Orders'[Profit],
                         Min('Orders'[Profit]),
                         'Orders'[Sales],
                         Max('Orders'[Sales])
)

 

but did not get anything. Please correct me if I am wrong here.

 

 

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Super User
Super User

Re: City with Highest Sales but lowest profit

@dsandip59

 

You can use this MEASURE

 

Measure =
MINX (
    TOPN ( 1, FILTER ( Orders, Orders[Country] = "India" ), [Profit], ASC ),
    [City]
)
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Super User
Super User

Re: City with Highest Sales but lowest profit

Hi @dsandip59

 

I believe Your formula will only fetch a city when a particular city has both Maximum Sales and Minimum Profit out of all Citiies

 

Otherwise it will return BLANK

 

So if your data looks like this...your result would be City E

 

 CitySalesProfit
A851935
B891575
C932742
D148311
E90001

 

 But with following table the result would be blank as the City with highest sales doesnot have minimum profit

 

 CitySalesProfit
A851935
B891575
C932742
D148311
E900012
dsandip59 Member
Member

Re: City with Highest Sales but lowest profit

HI,

So if I want in India what is city name having lowest profit? and have used below query:

 

City with lowest profit in India = LOOKUPVALUE('Orders'[City],
                         'Orders'[Profit],
                         Min('Orders'[Profit]),
                         'Orders'[Country],'India'
)

but I am getting error that table name of 'India' cannot found.

Super User
Super User

Re: City with Highest Sales but lowest profit

@dsandip59

 

You can use this MEASURE

 

Measure =
MINX (
    TOPN ( 1, FILTER ( Orders, Orders[Country] = "India" ), [Profit], ASC ),
    [City]
)