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## IF - multiple conditions

Hi,

I'm using a matrix and having measure IDs in columns, and user names in rows.
I need to create a calculated column to use it for conditional rule on measure values.

I'm using IF statements and it's working for a calculation on a single measure but what I need now is to set a calculation to look if two measures are reached the target. If both reached, then both should be green. If one did not reach the target, then both should stay white.

I tried this but it's not working as needed:
IF(AND(Table[measure_id]=7 && Table[value]<=Table[target],Table[measure_id]=8 && Table[value]>=Table[target]),1)

Any ideas how can this be resolved?

Thank you,

Maja

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Super User IV

@mbelobaba , If this is a measure. Then you need use measures of summarized columns

example

IF(AND(max(Table[measure_id])=7 && sum(Table[value])<=sum(Table[target]),max(Table[measure_id])=8 && sum(Table[value])>=sum(Table[target])),1)

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Frequent Visitor

Hi @amitchandak

I'm using calculated column with multiple IF statement for every measure.

Thanks,

Maja

Super User IV

@mbelobaba , what is the challenge. You can color green when value of the measure on top this column is 1.

or can create a color measure and use it with field value.

if([Measure]=1, "green", "white")

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@amitchandak, well I have other conditions to be met besides the measure ID

Frequent Visitor

Can this be calculated in the background? Using calculatetable or something else?

Thanks,

Maja

Microsoft

Hi @mbelobaba ,

The logic of your formula won't work. How can a Measure ID equal two different numbers at the same time?

You may provide some sample data and the results you expect to see if we can help you solve the problem.

Best Regards,
Liang
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