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Anonymous
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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.

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Thanks

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Super User
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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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v-yulgu-msft Super Contributor
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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])))

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Yuliana Gu

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Super User
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

2018-11-23_10-09-06.jpg

Super User
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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Anonymous
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Re: Compare price

But country is coming form the same table.

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Super User

Re: Compare price

Create a new table:

 

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

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v-yulgu-msft Super Contributor
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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])))

1.PNG

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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