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Helper III
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Percentilex Quartile measure help

I created a Measure using Summarize to create a table of Products & a Measure, then using that new column to create Percentile groups.  Lastly, an IF statement to try and mark the Percentile groups (Quartiles).

 

Looks like this:

Screenshot 2020-10-01 153121.png

 

The Product Detail table has a relationship with a Product Hierarchy table, however that relationship doesn't seem to be retained with how I wrote the Measure above.

 

Here it is with a Hierarchy (Division) and a Product (Offer), works great:

 

Screenshot 2020-10-01 153728.png

 

But if I pull it out, I'd expect the Quartiles to adjust to the Division, instead it repeats Q1:

 

Screenshot 2020-10-01 153806.png

 

This is a very large dataset in heavy use with hundreds of Measures, so I feel good about the relationships and I'd think my new Quartile Measure is the issue.

 

 

Any ideas?  Thanks

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Super User IX
Super User IX

Re: Percentilex Quartile measure help

@cassidy , Put your current return statement into this one and try

maxx(summarize(Table,Table[division], Table[Offer],"_1",<Current return statement >),[_1])



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Helper III
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Re: Percentilex Quartile measure help

@amitchandak thank you for the reply.

 

Sorry if I wasn't clear, but the "Division" and the "Offer" are from two different tables and there are more levels to the Hierarchy than just Division.

 

Here is the relationship, joined by "CategoryCodeChain":

 

Screenshot 2020-10-02 085349.png

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