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## Create visual from filtered data

Hi

In the screen-shot below, I'm trying to create a pie chart (or similar) from my filtered data.

(1) The filtered numbers are being displayed in the "Card with States" by OKViz.

(2) & (3) are the cards.

(4) 3 Jockey/Trainer combinations contibuted to the 16 shown in (3).

The charts I need to show would be 384/16 as a percentage and 16/3 as a percentage.

Any ideas on how to acheive this will be appreciated.

Thanks, Mark.

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## Re: Create visual from filtered data

Hi

Thanks for helping.

What wound up working for me was the following:

primaryFiltered = CALCULATE(COUNT(Sheet1[Colour]), ALLEXCEPT(Sheet1, Sheet1[Substance], Sheet1[Population]))

secondaryCount = COUNT(Sheet1[Colour])

Regards, Mark.

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## Re: Create visual from filtered data

Hi @Skemaz,

You can use a calculated measure to achieve what you need but I need some clarity on points below to help you out:

• Where the following values are coming from 384 and 16???
• Are they in different columns?
• And how do you differentiate between horses and race values?
• 16/3....what does number 3 represent???

Regards

Abduvali

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## Re: Create visual from filtered data

Hi Abduvali

The user selects filters in the "Race Filters" this reduces the number shown in (2) in the screen-shot. The number is just a single value in a Card. I have edited the filters interactions so that the filters in "Race Filters" apply to card (2) and (1).

However, the filters in "Horse Filters" only affect (1) and not (2).

The value could come from any field, but I have used a count of the "age" field to get the number.

In the screen-shot, (4) shows 3 rows representing the Jockey and Horse combination which is the 3 you asked about.

Thanks, Mark.

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## Re: Create visual from filtered data

OK then create 4 measures:

1. Race Measure = Calculate(SUM(YourTable[YourValue]),YourTable[RaceColumn] = "Race")
1. this will let you get you 384 value, its same as the way you filtering it only by Race in that card
2. Horse Measure = Calculate(SUM(YourTable[YourValue]),YourTable[RaceColumn] = "Horse")
1. this will let you get you 16 value, its same as the way you filtering it only by Horse in that card
3. Then create 3rd measure:
1. % Measure  = [Race Measure] / [Horse Measure]
1. then select display as Percentage from Modelling tab / Data type
4. For the last one you will need another measure:
1. Jockey Measure = [Horse Measure] / Distinctcount(YourTable[JockeyColumn])
1. then select display as Percentage from Modelling tab / Data type

I hope this will help if you have any questions let me know.

Regards

Abduvali

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## Re: Create visual from filtered data

Thank you very much.
I'll check it out when I get back to my computer.
Greatly appreciated.
Regards, Mark.
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## Re: Create visual from filtered data

Hi Abduvali

You advice will be greatly appreciated.

https://1drv.ms/i/s!Ai8u-AHGz6m3iax60HZWwL66RSxy9w

Description:

(1) "age" is a text field so I get the error shown in (1).

(2) I switch to a numeric field "race" (see (3) in screen-shots) and get a different error.

(4) I replace SUM with COUNT and in (5) I get a Blank result.

(6) I remove  = "Race" from the measure and I get a result of 828 which matches my filter result :-)

(7) I filter and both results match (384) - still all good :-)

In the last screen-shot, (8) I select a filter that has interactions of filters set to not affect the card in (9).

It only impacts (10).

However it does impact the measure - see (11).

I need (11) to match up with (9).

Any ideas on how to do this?

Thanks, Mark.

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## Re: Create visual from filtered data

Can you provide some sample data? or you pbix to look at it?

• I'm also interested to know whats in your RACE column
• or at least provide a screenshot of your table view

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## Re: Create visual from filtered data

Hi

I created a simple report (.pbix at the link below) to explain my requirement better,

Also, please check out these screen-shots with explainations below.

Thanks, Mark.

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## Re: Create visual from filtered data

This larger image may be easier to read ;-)

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## Re: Create visual from filtered data

Hi

Thanks for helping.

What wound up working for me was the following:

primaryFiltered = CALCULATE(COUNT(Sheet1[Colour]), ALLEXCEPT(Sheet1, Sheet1[Substance], Sheet1[Population]))

secondaryCount = COUNT(Sheet1[Colour])

Regards, Mark.