However, when I apply this to my PBI my ranks go from 1 to 1700 or so (depending on what's in the table). However, since there are only a few VPs I would like it to be 1,2,3,4..... And ranked by VP. My table that has VP's in it is DimPersonnel, which I'm not using below...
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That almost works. Now instead of into the thousands it's down to 20's. Can you tell me if there's a way to have it just show rank on what is showing in the power bi visual? So if only 3 VP's from above are in the visual I would see 1, 2, 3 even if #3 was the last one out of all of the VP's.