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Vladas Frequent Visitor
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How to Rank by created measure

Hi,

 

How I can create a Rank by created measure. 

Rank Measure = ([Total SUM Qty]*0,7)*(MeasuresDiff[Diff CP - PD]*1,7)  .   

Now I want to create Rank by values. How can i do that? 

 

 

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Moscuba Member
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Re: How to Rank by created measure

First, your naming is very confusing because what you created is a Measure that creates some vvalue. It is not a Rank. If you want to Rank that value I think you need to make that value a column and not a Measure. I may be incorrect in that. 

v-cherch-msft Super Contributor
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Re: How to Rank by created measure

Hi @Vladas

 

To get the measure as requested, you may try measure as below:

Rank = RANKX(ALLSELLECTED(Table[ItemID]),[Measure])

 

https://community.powerbi.com/t5/Desktop/Ranking-values-in-a-table-using-RANKX-measure/td-p/391690

 

Regards,

Cherie

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Vladas Frequent Visitor
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Re: How to Rank by created measure

I tried to create calc colum, not measure = RANKX(ALLSELECTED('Item'[ItemId]);[Rating]) but all rows is blank in this column. 

 

Rating is my calculation = CALCULATE(SUMX(SalesInvoice;SalesInvoice[InvoiceQty]*0,7)*[Diff CP - PD]*1,7)

popov Member
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Re: How to Rank by created measure

Hello, @Vladas
Formula of Rank measure looks correct. Wich column do you use in matrix? Item[ItemId] or SalesInvoice[ItemId]?

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