I'm still struggling with applying confidentiality to our data.
At the moment I have changed all values in a matrix table to '< 5' if the data is between 1 to 4 (I want to keep true zeroes). I want to be able to change the next lowest number in a row or a column to 'np' (i.e. not provided). This will add a secondary layer of confidentiality to the data. I've tried using countrows and ranking, but I'm not getting the results I require. Here is the first formula I use to get the '< 5' value:
Patient Counts =
CALCULATE ( SUM ( Patient[counter] ) ) < 5 && SUM ( Patient[counter] ) > 0,
CALCULATE ( SUM ( Patient[counter] ) )
I have posted a similar question to this. But rather than just remove the totals and sub-totals I really want to go down the secondary suppression route. Thanks for your time.
Without any further data is difficult to answer you but believe that what you need is something similar to what I have made in the post below.
Don't Know how you want to present your data but the import part is the FILTER part of the summarize table.
Agree with @MFelix, need sample data and expected results. Please see this post regarding How to Get Your Question Answered Quickly: https://community.powerbi.com/t5/Community-Blog/How-to-Get-Your-Question-Answered-Quickly/ba-p/38490
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In this table all the values less than 5 (i.e. between 1 and 4) are shown as "< 5". The secondary suppression is applied to typcially the next lowest value as "np", so that the less than 5 number cannot be calculated.
So far I can get the "< 5" working fine, but I really need to be able to do the "np" too so that I can keep both the row and column totals.
Thanks again for looking at this.