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## Filter data in heirachy

I am trying to filter data in this table so any customer above 15% should show only.

I am having troubles creating a filter that allows me to filter at this level and keep the account rows under them when the account rows are less than 15% but add to greather than 15% on a customer level.

As example Customer 1 is totalled 16% but because the accounts are both only 8% these rows are getting filtered out.

% Sales = DIVIDE([Total Sales], CALCULATE([Total Sales], All(Customer), All (Account)))

Any help would be great.

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Helper III

Still doesnt quite sort it out. Its ok I have managed to find a way to do it.

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Helper II

HI,

you can use ISINSCOPE() function to work on the hierarchy level that you're interested in.

Here's the guide: Distinguishing HASONEVALUE from ISINSCOPE - SQLBI

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@av9 , create a measure like this and use visual level filter

% filter Sales = calculate(DIVIDE([Total Sales], CALCULATE([Total Sales], all())), allexcept(table, Table[customer]))

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Helper III

Its creating the visual level filter thats the issue. Seems to always not include the 3rd level in heirarchy (Account)

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You can try something like below which will calculate the percentage on the account level.

``````Account % =
CALCULATE ( [% Measure], ALLEXCEPT ( tbl, tbl[account] ) )``````

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Helper III

Still doesnt quite sort it out. Its ok I have managed to find a way to do it.

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