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Hi,

 

i have one table with climate scenario :

 

Temperature_shift |  Scenario

0 |  ok

2 |  warmer

4  |  game over

 

And i've got a parameter (in another table) that let the user slide and select a temperature warming scenario.

The slide is going from +0°  (no changes) to +6°c

The slide is in decimal type, the user can select a value like 2.7

 

If the user slide a little bit and select "+1,5°" value parameter, then i need to display the 1st line of my table :  0 | ok

If slide = "+3,9" --> 2 | warmer

if slide = "+4"    -->  4 | game over

if slide = "+7"    -->  4 | game over

 

Thanks for your kind help

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Hi @LAPORTES ,
This uses both tables, the previous one used a simple if off the slider only.


Let me know if you have any questions.

If this solves your issues, please mark it as the solution, so that others can find it easily. Kudos 👍are nice too.
Nathaniel

Global Climate Change 1 = 
var _cur=MAX(Inc[Increase])
var _calc = CALCULATE(MAX('Global'[Temperature_shift]),'Global'[Temperature_shift]<=_cur)
var _scenario = CALCULATE(MAX('Global'[Scenario]),'Global'[Temperature_shift]=_calc)
return
_scenario

Global12.PNG

 

 





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Nathaniel_C
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Super User I

Hi @LAPORTES ,
Good on you for doing this! My table is called Inc. and only goes to 5.

Global Climate Change = 
var _cur=MAX(Inc[Increase])

return


if( _cur<2,"OK",if(_cur<4,"warmer","game over"))

Global.PNG

 

Global1.PNG

 





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Hi @LAPORTES ,
This uses both tables, the previous one used a simple if off the slider only.


Let me know if you have any questions.

If this solves your issues, please mark it as the solution, so that others can find it easily. Kudos 👍are nice too.
Nathaniel

Global Climate Change 1 = 
var _cur=MAX(Inc[Increase])
var _calc = CALCULATE(MAX('Global'[Temperature_shift]),'Global'[Temperature_shift]<=_cur)
var _scenario = CALCULATE(MAX('Global'[Scenario]),'Global'[Temperature_shift]=_calc)
return
_scenario

Global12.PNG

 

 





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sorry for the delay of my response

it did the trick thank you !

 

i'm curious to do this through a filter condition though

 

will try to make it

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