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## Compare price

Hello I have a very simple table.
I need to pick a Country and then show price of all other countries. So, if I pick Australia, I need to see All other countrise and price, but do not show Austratia.

Thanks

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Super User

## Re: Compare price

Should be able to use the same basic concept to create a flag variable. First, don't connect your slicer to your table. Then create a flag measure like:

```Measure Flag =
VAR __selected = MAX('Table'[Column]) //value from slicer
RETURN
IF(MAX([Country]) = __selected,0,1)```

Filter on this measure.

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## Re: Compare price

Hi @Anonymous,

Create a calculated table which lists all slicer selections. This table should be unrelated to source data table.

`slicerTable = VALUES('TB1'[Country])`

Add below measure to visual level filters, set its value to 0.

`check = IF(SELECTEDVALUE(slicerTable[Country])=SELECTEDVALUE(TB1[Country]),1,0)`

To calculate the price of selected country as a comparison, please create below measure.

`value for selected country = CALCULATE(SUM(TB1[Price]),FILTER(TB1,TB1[Country]=SELECTEDVALUE(slicerTable[Country])))`

Best regards,

Yuliana Gu

Community Support Team _ Yuliana Gu
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Super User

## Re: Compare price

I wrote something like this once:

https://community.powerbi.com/t5/Quick-Measures-Gallery/Inverse-Aggregator/m-p/342266

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Anonymous
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## Re: Compare price

I'm not looking to aggregate data, simple want to show country and price in grid mode of all other countries then the selected country. Something like this

Super User

## Re: Compare price

Should be able to use the same basic concept to create a flag variable. First, don't connect your slicer to your table. Then create a flag measure like:

```Measure Flag =
VAR __selected = MAX('Table'[Column]) //value from slicer
RETURN
IF(MAX([Country]) = __selected,0,1)```

Filter on this measure.

### I have book! Learn Power BI from Packt

Proud to be a Datanaut!

Anonymous
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## Re: Compare price

But country is coming form the same table.

Super User

## Re: Compare price

Create a new table:

`New Table = VALUES('Table'[Country])`

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Super Contributor

## Re: Compare price

Hi @Anonymous,

Create a calculated table which lists all slicer selections. This table should be unrelated to source data table.

`slicerTable = VALUES('TB1'[Country])`

Add below measure to visual level filters, set its value to 0.

`check = IF(SELECTEDVALUE(slicerTable[Country])=SELECTEDVALUE(TB1[Country]),1,0)`

To calculate the price of selected country as a comparison, please create below measure.

`value for selected country = CALCULATE(SUM(TB1[Price]),FILTER(TB1,TB1[Country]=SELECTEDVALUE(slicerTable[Country])))`

Best regards,

Yuliana Gu

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

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