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Ale Regular Visitor
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Column output based on another column value and time function

I have a table like that:

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I'm comparing values from CurrentMonth vs PreviousMonth (based on the month selected in the slicer) for all of the KPIs, and based on that, I assign a specific result.

However, for each KPI, there is a logic behind when comparing. The logic is:

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So, for KPI A, the CurrentMonth value must be 10% higher then PreviousMonth. When this is true, then assign 1. If not true, then 0. For KPI B, it has to be 3% higher. And for KPI C, it just need to be higher.

 

To pull the CurrentMonth and PreviousMonth values, I created two measures, one of them with a time function:

 

CurrentMonth = SUM( [KPIValue] )
PreviousMonth = CALCULATE (
SUM( [KPIValue] ); PREVIOUSMONTH( [Date] ) )

I tried to create a Column in my table to assign the output (Result), and used a Switch function like this:

Result = SWITCH (
[KPIName];
"KPI A"; IF( [CurrentMonth] >= [PreviousMonth]*1.10;1;0 );
"KPI B"; IF( [CurrentMonth] >= [PreviousMonth]*1.03;1;0 );
"KPI C"; IF( [CurrentMonth] >= [PreviousMonth];1;0 );
)


My issue is that when I try to use this Switch, it does not work, since the PreviousMonth come as blank (it can not calculate a time function for each row of the table - only works as a measure).

I'm now lost how should I proceed from here. I tried to create a Measure instead of a Column, but then the Switch function does not accept the KPIName as parameter.

Any ideas? Hope I've been clear here, if not, please let me know what further information you need.

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Super User
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Re: Column output based on another column value and time function

@Ale Please try this as a "Measure"

 

Result = SWITCH(SELECTEDVALUE(Test155[KPIName]),
                "A",IF(_KeyMeasures[Test155CurrMonth]>=_KeyMeasures[Test155PrevMonth]*1.10,1,0),
                "B",IF(_KeyMeasures[Test155CurrMonth]>=_KeyMeasures[Test155PrevMonth]*1.03,1,0),
                "C",IF(_KeyMeasures[Test155CurrMonth]>=_KeyMeasures[Test155PrevMonth],1,0),
                0)

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Super User
Super User

Re: Column output based on another column value and time function

@Ale Please try this as a "Measure"

 

Result = SWITCH(SELECTEDVALUE(Test155[KPIName]),
                "A",IF(_KeyMeasures[Test155CurrMonth]>=_KeyMeasures[Test155PrevMonth]*1.10,1,0),
                "B",IF(_KeyMeasures[Test155CurrMonth]>=_KeyMeasures[Test155PrevMonth]*1.03,1,0),
                "C",IF(_KeyMeasures[Test155CurrMonth]>=_KeyMeasures[Test155PrevMonth],1,0),
                0)

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Ale Regular Visitor
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Re: Column output based on another column value and time function

Uow, I was missing the SELECTEDVALUE thing. I never heard about that (I started with PowerBI last week).

Apparently it worked! I also found a second solution but it envolves creating multiple columns on the dataset (previousmonth column, previousmonthvalue column, and from there the result column). It's not that elegant tho. I will stick with your solution. Thank you so much!

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