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Helper II
Helper II

Help with formula

hi i have a table with 2 fields for each purpose.

 

each field below has the same drop downs (NA, Yes or No) -  can only choose one

 

initiative brief required      initiative brief status

business case required      business case status

pmp required                    pmp status

schedule plan required     schedule plan status

 

i need to then get a value either pass fail or query for the status for each field.

 

Where required is yes and completed is no – display     Fail          

where required is yes and completed is yes – display   Pass       

where required is yes and completed is   NA – display    Fail

Where required is no and completed is no – display     Pass        

Where required is no and completed is yes – display     Query           

Where required is no and completed is NA – display     Pass          

Where required is NA and completed is no – display      Pass        

Where required is NA and completed is yes – display      Query         

Where required is NA and completed is NA – display      Pass

 

how to tackle this, 

 

all help aprpeciated...

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Super User IV
Super User IV

Re: Help with formula

@Nikki add a custom column to calculate the status, you can do it in PQ or DAX, here is a DAX version

 

Status = 
SWITCH ( TRUE(),
( Table[Required] = "Yes" && Table[Completed] = "Yes" ) ||
( Table[Required] = "No" && Table[Completed] = "No" ) ||
( Table[Required] = "No" && Table[Completed] = "NA" ) ||
( Table[Required] = "NA" && Table[Completed] = "No" ) ||
( Table[Required] = "NA" && Table[Completed] = "NA" ), "Pass",
( Table[Required] = "Yes" && Table[Completed] = "No" ) ||
( Table[Required] = "Yes" && Table[Completed] = "NA" ), "Fail",
( Table[Required] = "No" && Table[Completed] = "Yes" ) ||
( Table[Required] = "NA" && Table[Completed] = "Yes" ), "Query"
)

 

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Super User IV
Super User IV

Re: Help with formula

@Nikki add a custom column to calculate the status, you can do it in PQ or DAX, here is a DAX version

 

Status = 
SWITCH ( TRUE(),
( Table[Required] = "Yes" && Table[Completed] = "Yes" ) ||
( Table[Required] = "No" && Table[Completed] = "No" ) ||
( Table[Required] = "No" && Table[Completed] = "NA" ) ||
( Table[Required] = "NA" && Table[Completed] = "No" ) ||
( Table[Required] = "NA" && Table[Completed] = "NA" ), "Pass",
( Table[Required] = "Yes" && Table[Completed] = "No" ) ||
( Table[Required] = "Yes" && Table[Completed] = "NA" ), "Fail",
( Table[Required] = "No" && Table[Completed] = "Yes" ) ||
( Table[Required] = "NA" && Table[Completed] = "Yes" ), "Query"
)

 

I would  Kudos if my solution helped. 👉 If you can spend time posting the question, you can also make efforts to give Kudos whoever helped to solve your problem. It is a token of appreciation!

Visit us at https://perytus.com, your one-stop shop for Power BI related projects/training/consultancy.






Did I answer your question? Mark my post as a solution.

Proud to be a Super User! Appreciate your Kudos 🙂
Feel free to email me with any of your BI needs.





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Helper II
Helper II

Re: Help with formula

thankyou so much !!!!!

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