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jeongkim
Helper I
Helper I

Multiple condition function in Dax

Hi guys,

 

Can anyone help me how to make new column using measure to lookup the Grade below. 

Type A, the bigger the Green is, and Type B is opposite. 

 

So how can I run IF or Switch function?

The function I tried seems wrong,,

 

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Thanks in advance. 

Kim

 

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yingyinr
Community Support
Community Support

Hi @jeongkim ,

You can create a calculated column as below in the table 'SKT' to get it:

Icon Grade = 
SWITCH (
    TRUE (),
    'SKT'[Type] = 1
        && 'SKT'[Value] < 'SKT'[Red], 1,
    'SKT'[Type] = 1
        && 'SKT'[Value] > 'SKT'[Red]
        && 'SKT'[Value] <= 'SKT'[Light-Red], 2,
    'SKT'[Type] = 1
        && 'SKT'[Value] >= 'SKT'[Light-Green], 4,
    'SKT'[Type] = 1
        && 'SKT'[Value] >= 'SKT'[Green], 5,
    'SKT'[Type] = -1
        && 'SKT'[Value] >= 'SKT'[Red], 1,
    'SKT'[Type] = -1
        && 'SKT'[Value] < 'SKT'[Red]
        && 'SKT'[Value] >= 'SKT'[Light-Red], 2,
    'SKT'[Type] = -1
        && 'SKT'[Value] <= 'SKT'[Light-Green], 4,
    'SKT'[Type] = -1
        && 'SKT'[Value] <= 'SKT'[Green], 5,
    3
)

yingyinr_0-1669688178573.png

Best Regards

Community Support Team _ Rena
If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

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yingyinr
Community Support
Community Support

Hi @jeongkim ,

You can create a calculated column as below in the table 'SKT' to get it:

Icon Grade = 
SWITCH (
    TRUE (),
    'SKT'[Type] = 1
        && 'SKT'[Value] < 'SKT'[Red], 1,
    'SKT'[Type] = 1
        && 'SKT'[Value] > 'SKT'[Red]
        && 'SKT'[Value] <= 'SKT'[Light-Red], 2,
    'SKT'[Type] = 1
        && 'SKT'[Value] >= 'SKT'[Light-Green], 4,
    'SKT'[Type] = 1
        && 'SKT'[Value] >= 'SKT'[Green], 5,
    'SKT'[Type] = -1
        && 'SKT'[Value] >= 'SKT'[Red], 1,
    'SKT'[Type] = -1
        && 'SKT'[Value] < 'SKT'[Red]
        && 'SKT'[Value] >= 'SKT'[Light-Red], 2,
    'SKT'[Type] = -1
        && 'SKT'[Value] <= 'SKT'[Light-Green], 4,
    'SKT'[Type] = -1
        && 'SKT'[Value] <= 'SKT'[Green], 5,
    3
)

yingyinr_0-1669688178573.png

Best Regards

Community Support Team _ Rena
If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

also how can I add another condition? if the Value is (blank) then just leave it blank without grading? 

 

Hi  @jeongkim ,

You can update the formula of calculated column as below to get it:

Icon Grade =
SWITCH (
    TRUE (),
    ISBLANK ( 'SKT'[Value] ), BLANK (),
    'SKT'[Type] = 1
        && 'SKT'[Value] < 'SKT'[Red], 1,
    'SKT'[Type] = 1
        && 'SKT'[Value] > 'SKT'[Red]
        && 'SKT'[Value] <= 'SKT'[Light-Red], 2,
    'SKT'[Type] = 1
        && 'SKT'[Value] >= 'SKT'[Light-Green], 4,
    'SKT'[Type] = 1
        && 'SKT'[Value] >= 'SKT'[Green], 5,
    'SKT'[Type] = -1
        && 'SKT'[Value] >= 'SKT'[Red], 1,
    'SKT'[Type] = -1
        && 'SKT'[Value] < 'SKT'[Red]
        && 'SKT'[Value] >= 'SKT'[Light-Red], 2,
    'SKT'[Type] = -1
        && 'SKT'[Value] <= 'SKT'[Light-Green], 4,
    'SKT'[Type] = -1
        && 'SKT'[Value] <= 'SKT'[Green], 5,
    3
)

Best Regards

Community Support Team _ Rena
If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

Thank you so much! It is simpler and now working 🙂

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