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Helper I

## Fixed total by ignoring one slicer

Hi,

I have seen this question many times, but I don't get the solution to work.

I have two measures: YTD_endringer and YTD_benchmark

The first measure should calculate the cumulative total, based on the slicer. The second should be fixed, calculating the total ignoring the the slicer.

My measure looks like this, using the all() function to ignore to no prevail.

``````YTD_benchmark = CALCULATE(
SUM(endringer[ANTALL]),
FILTER(
ALLSELECTED(endringer),
endringer[WeekNumber] <= MAX(endringer[WeekNumber])
&& endringer[DATO].[Year]= MAX(endringer[DATO].[Year])
), all(endringer[KUNDE])
)``````

Any help is much appreciated, thanks!

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Super User IX

## Re: Fixed total by ignoring one slicer

Maybe:

YTD_benchmark = CALCULATE(
SUM(endringer[ANTALL]),
FILTER(
ALL(endringer),
endringer[WeekNumber] <= MAX(endringer[WeekNumber])
&& endringer[DATO].[Year]= MAX(endringer[DATO].[Year])
)
)

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Super User IX

## Re: Fixed total by ignoring one slicer

Maybe:

YTD_benchmark = CALCULATE(
SUM(endringer[ANTALL]),
FILTER(
ALL(endringer),
endringer[WeekNumber] <= MAX(endringer[WeekNumber])
&& endringer[DATO].[Year]= MAX(endringer[DATO].[Year])
)
)

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Helper I

## Re: Fixed total by ignoring one slicer

It worked like a charm, but could you explain why? Wasn't too intuitive based on other solutions I have seen.

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Super User IX

## Re: Fixed total by ignoring one slicer

Probably an order of operations kind of thing with the FILTERs you had. The ALLSELECTED was filtering based on KUNDE and then your ALL kicked in but at that point the data was already filtered by KUNDE.

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Helper I

## Re: Fixed total by ignoring one slicer

I see, thank you for the help!

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Helper I

## Re: Fixed total by ignoring one slicer

Sorry @Greg_Deckler , I was celebrating pre-maturaly.

By putting all(endringer) it ignores all the slicers, whilst I would like it to only ignore just one specific.
Is there a way to kind of turn on the others, but still ignoring just the one?

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Helper I

## Re: Fixed total by ignoring one slicer

For completion, it works with allexcept(table, col1, col2, etc), except the one I want to ignore. It's a litte bit hacky, if I would have a ton of slicers. Luckily - I do not.

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Super User IX

## Re: Fixed total by ignoring one slicer

Yeah, another way of doing it would likely be to use REMOVEFILTERS function which you would want to do if you had tons of slicers.

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