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Different Calculation for Different Row Levels in Matrix Visual

Hi all,

Below is a simplified example of the table that I have and the result that I got.

What I'm trying to do is, instead of adding the Actual values of all Measures in one store, I want the Store row to show whether that particular Store hit all the measures or not. For example, Lidl 1 Row to have value 1 (instead of 3) as 'Sum of ACTUAL' because all the Measures (A, B, C) are 1. Also, I need the Chain Level to have the sum of values on the Store level.

Can anyone give me an advice on this?

Thank you!

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Hey @primawati ,

maybe this measure: provides what you are looking for:

``````Measure 2 =
var isinScopeStore = ISINSCOPE('new 18'[STORE] )
return
IF( isinScopeStore
, CALCULATE( SUM('new 18'[ACTUAL] ) )
, COUNTROWS(
FILTER(
VALUES( 'new 18'[STORE] )
, "noOfYes" , CALCULATE( SUM( 'new 18'[ACTUAL] ) )
)
, [noOfYes] = 3
)
)
)``````

The result based on your sample data:

Hopefully, this provides what you are looking for.

Regards,
Tom

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Super User

Hey @primawati ,

please provide sample data that can easily be copied to a pbix file,
If measures are DAX measures, than you need to provide a pbix that also contains the measure definition.
Two additional questions, what is the expected result on the chain level and what are possible values of the measures A, B, and C?

Regards,

Tom

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Here's the sample data that I use:

CHAIN,STORE,MEASURE,ACTUAL
Tesco,Tesco 1,A,1
Tesco,Tesco 1,B,0
Tesco,Tesco 1,C,1
Tesco,Tesco 2,A,1
Tesco,Tesco 2,B,1
Tesco,Tesco 2,C,1
Lidl,Lidl 1,A,1
Lidl,Lidl 1,B,1
Lidl,Lidl 1,C,1
Lidl,Lidl 2,A,0
Lidl,Lidl 2,B,0
Lidl,Lidl 2,C,0

MEASURE column is not a DAX measure. It's just a list yes/no questions, but to simplify I use A, B, C. Whereas ACTUAL is the answer of the question under MEASURE column (1 for yes and 0 for no).

The expected result on the chain level is the sum of values on the store level.

TIA!

Super User

Hey @primawati ,

maybe this measure: provides what you are looking for:

``````Measure 2 =
var isinScopeStore = ISINSCOPE('new 18'[STORE] )
return
IF( isinScopeStore
, CALCULATE( SUM('new 18'[ACTUAL] ) )
, COUNTROWS(
FILTER(
VALUES( 'new 18'[STORE] )
, "noOfYes" , CALCULATE( SUM( 'new 18'[ACTUAL] ) )
)
, [noOfYes] = 3
)
)
)``````

The result based on your sample data:

Hopefully, this provides what you are looking for.

Regards,
Tom

Did I answer your question? Mark my post as a solution, this will help others!

Proud to be a Super User!
I accept Kudos 😉
Hamburg, Germany

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