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Helper III

MULTIPLE IF CONDITIONS

Hello,

 

Can anyone help me with the DAX for this?

 

 

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Hi @karkar,

In excel, we calculate based on cell, while in Power BI, we calculate the value based on column. The difference for DAX and excel function is: there are only logical conditions in AND in DAX. In excel, you can more than two conditions in AND like: AND(logical1, [logical2], ...). I create it in excel and get expected result.

In excel, AND(A8= "Not Hispanic or Latino Origin",B8<>"Unavailable",B8<>"Declined") is equals to AND(A8= "Not Hispanic or Latino Origin",AND(B8<>"Unavailable",B8<>"Declined"))

The results of using AND and OR in the red part are different. I confused it before, so I edit my last reply. Thanks for understanding. Now I test it in BI and Excel.  

=IF(OR(A8="Hispanic or Latino Origin Unknown",A8="Declined - patient is unwilling to respond"),"Unknown",IF(A8="Hispanic or Latino Origin", "Hispanic",IF(AND(A8= "Not Hispanic or Latino Origin",B8<>"Unavailable",B8<>"Declined"),B8,"Unknown")))

=IF(OR(A8="Hispanic or Latino Origin Unknown",A8="Declined - patient is unwilling to respond"),"Unknown",IF(A8="Hispanic or Latino Origin", "Hispanic",IF(AND(A8= "Not Hispanic or Latino Origin",OR(B8<>"Unavailable",B8<>"Declined")),B8,"Unknown")))



Using ANDUsing ANDUsing ORUsing OR
Best Regards,
Angelia

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