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spaturu3234
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How can I compare three columns in DAX

I Have three calculated columns X,Y,Z

 

I need to compare X=Y=Z and flag them if they are not equal 

 

I can do by creating a three different columns agian  like

X=Y

Y=Z

X=Z

 

If all have true then TRUE

 

But, Is there any easy way to do it in DAX ?

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v-huizhn-msft
Microsoft
Microsoft

Hi @spaturu3234,

You just need to create a calculated column using the formula.

Flag = IF(Table4[Column1]=Table4[Column2]&&Table4[Column2]=Table4[Column3]&&Table4[Column1]=Table4[Column3],"True","False")


I create a sample table and test it, please see the result below.

1.PNG

Best Regards,
Angelia

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v-huizhn-msft
Microsoft
Microsoft

Hi @spaturu3234,

You just need to create a calculated column using the formula.

Flag = IF(Table4[Column1]=Table4[Column2]&&Table4[Column2]=Table4[Column3]&&Table4[Column1]=Table4[Column3],"True","False")


I create a sample table and test it, please see the result below.

1.PNG

Best Regards,
Angelia

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Vvelarde
Community Champion
Community Champion

@spaturu3234

 

NewColumn = Table1[Column1]=Table1[Column2] && Table1[Column1]=Table1[Column3] && Table1[Column2]=Table1[Column3]




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