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Pareto chart not closing to 100%

Hi all

 

I am trying to a pareto table with a column called requirement and its respective count of times they appear:

 

ranking111.PNG

 

First thing I do is the rank dax:

 

Rank Kore requirement = 
RANKX (
    CALCULATETABLE ( DISTINCT ( GAO[kore_requirement_code] ), ALLSELECTED ( gao ) ),
    CALCULATE(COUNT(GAO[kore_requirement_code])),
    ,
    DESC,
    DENSE
)

 

Then, the cumulative and total:

Cumulative kore requirement = SUMX(
TOPN([Rank Kore requirement],
ALL(GAO[kore_requirement_code]),[kore requirement dax],DESC),[kore requirement dax])

 

 

Finally, the pareto:

 

 

The result is:

 

par1.PNGpar2.PNG

 

As you see in the last image, the pareto percentage reached up to 49.82%

 

how can i get it right?


Thanks.

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Community Support
Community Support

hi @o59393 

When you  create the rank measure, just use Skip instead of DENSE in the formual as below:

Rank Kore requirement =
RANKX (
CALCULATETABLE ( DISTINCT ( GAO[kore_requirement_code] ), ALLSELECTED ( gao ) ),
CALCULATE(COUNT(GAO[kore_requirement_code])),
,
DESC,
DENSE
)

 

 

Rank Kore requirement = 
RANKX (
CALCULATETABLE ( DISTINCT ( GAO[kore_requirement_code] ), ALLSELECTED ( gao ) ),
CALCULATE(COUNT(GAO[kore_requirement_code])),
,
DESC,

Skip
)

 

 

Regards,

Lin

Community Support Team _ Lin
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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Community Support
Community Support

hi @o59393 

When you  create the rank measure, just use Skip instead of DENSE in the formual as below:

Rank Kore requirement =
RANKX (
CALCULATETABLE ( DISTINCT ( GAO[kore_requirement_code] ), ALLSELECTED ( gao ) ),
CALCULATE(COUNT(GAO[kore_requirement_code])),
,
DESC,
DENSE
)

 

 

Rank Kore requirement = 
RANKX (
CALCULATETABLE ( DISTINCT ( GAO[kore_requirement_code] ), ALLSELECTED ( gao ) ),
CALCULATE(COUNT(GAO[kore_requirement_code])),
,
DESC,

Skip
)

 

 

Regards,

Lin

Community Support Team _ Lin
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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hi @v-lili6-msft 

 

Even though the pareto closed at 100% the cumulative is not summing correctly. This is because when the count column repeats a value, the cumulative wont sum it:

cumulativeee.PNG

 

Where:

 

Rank Kore requirement = 
RANKX (
CALCULATETABLE ( DISTINCT ( GAO[kore_requirement_code] ), ALLSELECTED ( gao ) ),
CALCULATE(COUNT(GAO[kore_requirement_code])),
,
DESC,

Skip
)

 

Cumulative kore requirement = SUMX(
TOPN([Rank Kore requirement],
ALL(GAO[kore_requirement_code]),[kore requirement dax],DESC),[kore requirement dax])

 

kore requirement dax = CALCULATE(COUNT(GAO[kore_requirement_code]))

 

How can the cumulative keep summing? it should look like column 😧

 

counttss.PNG

 

Thanks.

Hello, did you manage to solve your problem, is that I have the same problem with my count column?

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Apologies @Greg_Deckler 

 

Here you have the pbix https://1drv.ms/u/s!ApgeWwGTKtFdhkdsKksoIp_tIGCf?e=dJLGT4

 

For some reason the rank is not displaying any other value rathet than 1. 

 

Thank you for the help.

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