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ftorres Frequent Visitor
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MAXX of different measures or sum of different columns

Hi Guys 

How could I get the Max value of a row with different measures

 

TOTAL BAC = SUM('PM Month End KPI Data'[No. of BAC Entered])

TOTAL SPI = SUM('PM Month End KPI Data'[No. of SPI Entered]) 


Like this measure below
MAX = MAXX('PM Month End KPI Data',[TOTAL BAC] AND TOTAL SPI)

 

But I need max between those two measures

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SPG Member
Member

Re: MAXX of different measures or sum of different columns

Measure = MAX([TOTAL BAC], [TOTAL SPI])
Community Support Team
Community Support Team

Re: MAXX of different measures or sum of different columns

Hi @ftorres

To compare different measures and get the max values, you could take SPG's suggestion

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max = MAX([Measure1],[Measure2])

But the "MAX" function only support one or two columns or measures to compare, if you need to compare more, you need to create other "MAX" measures or nest "max" function in "max" measure , for example,

Measure4 = MAX([max],[Measure3])

Or Measure = MAX(MAX([Measure1],[Measure2]),[Measure3])

 

 

Regarding MAXX function, it evaluates an expression for each row of a table and returns the largest numeric value. However, it seems not fit for this scenario, please see this link to know how to use it.

 

Best Regards

Maggie

 

 

 

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SPG Member
Member

Re: MAXX of different measures or sum of different columns

Measure = MAX([TOTAL BAC], [TOTAL SPI])
Community Support Team
Community Support Team

Re: MAXX of different measures or sum of different columns

Hi @ftorres

To compare different measures and get the max values, you could take SPG's suggestion

4.png

max = MAX([Measure1],[Measure2])

But the "MAX" function only support one or two columns or measures to compare, if you need to compare more, you need to create other "MAX" measures or nest "max" function in "max" measure , for example,

Measure4 = MAX([max],[Measure3])

Or Measure = MAX(MAX([Measure1],[Measure2]),[Measure3])

 

 

Regarding MAXX function, it evaluates an expression for each row of a table and returns the largest numeric value. However, it seems not fit for this scenario, please see this link to know how to use it.

 

Best Regards

Maggie