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?
@mbelobaba , If this is a measure. Then you need use measures of summarized columns
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)
@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")
Hi @mbelobaba ,
The logic of your formula won't work. How can a Measure ID equal two different numbers at the same time?
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