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Analitika
Post Prodigy
Post Prodigy

Filter measure in Power BI

Hi,

 

I would like to filter measure according to another measure condition. For example, calculate(a, filter(b<30).

But problem is that new column becomes same as old. I don't get why it happens.

 

For example,

Analitika_0-1670407747586.png

Measure equals to Bendra skola even Measure contains blank values, so how to fix my measure to calculate correctly.

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Aburar_123
Super User
Super User

Hi @Analitika ,

 

Can you just change the measure like below,

 

Filtered measure =
SUMX (
FILTER (
AllSelected( 'DBA klient_tiekejai'),
[DATA PRADELSIMAS_ST] <= 30
),
CALCULATE ( [_m_ST_Bendra_Skola] )
)

 

 

Please Accept it as a solution if it solves your problem. Thanks.

johnt75
Super User
Super User

When the calculation is performed at the grand total level then the filter condition is met. You need to iterate over whichever column provides a unique identifier for the row in your table, e.g. if the rows each show a different date then you could use

Filtered measure =
SUMX (
    VALUES ( 'Date'[Date] ),
    CALCULATE ( [A], FILTER ( 'Table', [B] < 30 ) )
)

 

I tried but it didn't change at all:

Filtered measure =
SUMX (
VALUES ( 'DBA klient_tiekejai'[kli_pav] ),
CALCULATE ( [_m_ST_Bendra_Skola], FILTER ( '_Measures_ST_PS', [DATA PRADELSIMAS_ST] <= 30 ) )
)
 
Analitika_0-1670414915700.png

 

Try

Filtered measure =
SUMX (
    FILTER (
        VALUES ( 'DBA klient_tiekejai'[kli_pav] ),
        [DATA PRADELSIMAS_ST] <= 30
    ),
    CALCULATE ( [_m_ST_Bendra_Skola] )
)

I have inserted that measure but my visual can't load,  memory exceeded. Getting this:

Analitika_0-1670416590436.png

 

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