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AspireAlex Frequent Visitor
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Combining multiple 'What Ifs'

Hi,

 

I'm trying to create a model to analyse costs of our IT Service Desk using the new What If functionality to input hourly costs via sliders. I therefore need to calculate either [Time Taken] x [1st Line Support WhatIf Value] [Measure 1] or [Time Taken] x [2nd Line Support WhatIf Value] [Measure 2] depending upon which tier of support dealt with the request.

 

Measures [1] and [2] work fine in isolation however I am struggling as soon as I introduce an IF statement to conditionally select the WhatIf value.  I've tried adding a calculated column onthe original data source which looks like this:

 

Cost = IF(Data[Position] = "1st Line", WhatIf_1stLineCost[WhatIfParam1 Value], WhatIf_2ndLineCost[WhatIfParam2 Value])

 

As soon as I do this the values are blank.

 

Any suggestions on how to achieve this?  It seems like such a simple problem.  See below for an example of what I need the data to display like, the values in red is what I am trying to achieve.

 

whatif.png

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Community Support Team
Community Support Team

Re: Combining multiple 'What Ifs'

Hi @AspireAlex,

 

You can refer to below sample to use position to switch the line value.

Measure = 
var currentPosition=LASTNONBLANK(Table1[Position],[Position])
return
MAX(Table1[Time Token])*SWITCH(currentPosition,"Line 1",MAXX(VALUES('Select 1'[Line 1]),[Line 1]),"Line 2",MAXX(VALUES('Select 2'[Line 2]),[Line 2]))

7.PNG

 

Regards,

Xiaoxin Sheng

Community Support Team _ Xiaoxin Sheng
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Community Support Team
Community Support Team

Re: Combining multiple 'What Ifs'

Hi @AspireAlex,

 

You can refer to below sample to use position to switch the line value.

Measure = 
var currentPosition=LASTNONBLANK(Table1[Position],[Position])
return
MAX(Table1[Time Token])*SWITCH(currentPosition,"Line 1",MAXX(VALUES('Select 1'[Line 1]),[Line 1]),"Line 2",MAXX(VALUES('Select 2'[Line 2]),[Line 2]))

7.PNG

 

Regards,

Xiaoxin Sheng

Community Support Team _ Xiaoxin Sheng
If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.



For learning resources/Release notes, please visit: | |
AspireAlex Frequent Visitor
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Re: Combining multiple 'What Ifs'

Hi Xiaoxin,

 

Thanks for your advice, I've managed to get it working now that I've created the CurrentPosition measure.

 

Alex

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