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DivyaP Frequent Visitor
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How to show dynamic measures on a chart using the slicer option.

Hi Experts,

 

I want to show the list of measures in a slicer like revenue and quantity etc and single chart should the respective values based on the selection.

How it is possible? How to capture the value selected in a slicer?

isfiltered function is returning always false for me.

 

Help me out

 

thanks,

Divya

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v-yulgu-msft Super Contributor
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Re: How to show dynamic measures on a chart using the slicer option.

Hi @DivyaP


In this scenario, you should fisrt create a table to list all the measures (e.g. measure1, measure2, measure3...) that will be used in the chart. Add this column into a slicer so that you can select which measure to use.

 

In the single chart, yo only need to create one measure, its formula can be like below:

 

Measure = IF(LASTNONBLANK('Table1 2'[Column1],"")="measure1",1, IF(LASTNONBLANK('Table1 2'[Column1],"")="measure2",2,0))

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Best regards,
Yuliana Gu

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Re: How to show dynamic measures on a chart using the slicer option.

I'm not understanding your question, can you provide some sample data or more explanation?

 

If you have data like:

 

category,value

A,10

A,10

B,25

C,30

 

You can create measures based on value. If you put category in a slicer and then your category and measures in a visual then selecting something in your slicer should change your other visual.


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v-yulgu-msft Super Contributor
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Re: How to show dynamic measures on a chart using the slicer option.

Hi @DivyaP


In this scenario, you should fisrt create a table to list all the measures (e.g. measure1, measure2, measure3...) that will be used in the chart. Add this column into a slicer so that you can select which measure to use.

 

In the single chart, yo only need to create one measure, its formula can be like below:

 

Measure = IF(LASTNONBLANK('Table1 2'[Column1],"")="measure1",1, IF(LASTNONBLANK('Table1 2'[Column1],"")="measure2",2,0))

1.PNG


Best regards,
Yuliana Gu

Community Support Team _ Yuliana Gu
If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.
DivyaP Frequent Visitor
Frequent Visitor

Re: How to show dynamic measures on a chart using the slicer option.

Hi Yuliana,

 

Thank you so much for the solution. I tested your formula on some sample and it seems to be working.

 

 

Regards,

Divya

 

 

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