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mnayar Established Member
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Rank Relative to a Chosen Value's Rank

Data: I have 1 table with a column, and sales for that column. I have ranked them based on sales. 

This table has a slicer on ItemSalesRegion (i.e. A,B,C,D)

 

ItemSalesRank

A(Region)10(Sales)3(Rank)
B202
C581
D54

 

Requirement: Based on the value chosen in slicer I want to find relative rank of every item in Column 1. For example if I chose B, I want the following output. I also want the whole data set to show and the slicer not filter to B(chosen Filter). 

 

ItemSalesRankRelative To Chosen B

A103-1
B2020
C5811
D54-2

 

 

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Super User
Super User

Re: Rank Relative to a Chosen Value's Rank

Hi @mnayar

 

I believe you will need a supporting Table to achieve this

 

If RANK is a calculated column, then you can create a calculated table from the modelling tab

 

Items =
ALL ( Table1[Item], Table1[RANK] )

And use it as a slicer.

 

Then use following MEASURE

 

Relative RANK =
VAR myrank =
    SELECTEDVALUE ( Items[RANK] )
RETURN
    myrank - SELECTEDVALUE ( Table1[RANK] )
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Super User
Super User

Re: Rank Relative to a Chosen Value's Rank

@mnayar

 

See attached file as well

 

relativerank.png

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Super User
Super User

Re: Rank Relative to a Chosen Value's Rank

Hi @mnayar

 

I believe you will need a supporting Table to achieve this

 

If RANK is a calculated column, then you can create a calculated table from the modelling tab

 

Items =
ALL ( Table1[Item], Table1[RANK] )

And use it as a slicer.

 

Then use following MEASURE

 

Relative RANK =
VAR myrank =
    SELECTEDVALUE ( Items[RANK] )
RETURN
    myrank - SELECTEDVALUE ( Table1[RANK] )
Highlighted
Super User
Super User

Re: Rank Relative to a Chosen Value's Rank

@mnayar

 

See attached file as well

 

relativerank.png

Community Support Team
Community Support Team

Re: Rank Relative to a Chosen Value's Rank

Hi @mnayar,

 

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Community Support Team _ Cherry Gao
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