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FreedJustine
Helper I
Helper I

Rank using 2 measures

Hi! Need Help!

 

I want to create a rank measure, using 2 measures, not columns. Rankx seems to work  for columns in tables.

 

I want to rank the sales representative base on location sales size and total sales for the period.

 

Please see the sample pbix that i made. Thank you!

 

Download here 

 

 

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v-easonf-msft
Community Support
Community Support

Hi , @FreedJustine 

Here is a demo.

Pbix attached 

If help ,please follow these  step.

1.Create measure 'Rank1'as below

Rank 1 = 
SWITCH(TRUE(),
[Average Sales per Month]<2000000,1,
[Average Sales per Month]>4000000,3,
[Average Sales per Month]>=2000000 && [Average Sales per Month] <=4000000,2)

 

2.Create measure "RankValue" as below:

rankvalue =
RANKX (
    GROUPBY ( ALLSELECTED ( 'Sales' ), Sales[Location], Sales[Sales Rep] ),
    CALCULATE ( [Rank 1] )
        + RANKX (
            GROUPBY ( ALLSELECTED ( 'Sales' ), Sales[Location], Sales[Sales Rep] ),
            CALCULATE ( SUM ( 'Sales'[Total Sales] ) ),
            ,
            ASC,
            DENSE
        )
            / CALCULATE ( COUNTROWS ( 'Sales' ), ALLSELECTED () ),
    ,
    DESC,
    DENSE
)

3. It will show as below

206.png

Best Regards,
Community Support Team _ Eason
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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v-easonf-msft
Community Support
Community Support

Hi , @FreedJustine 

Here is a demo.

Pbix attached 

If help ,please follow these  step.

1.Create measure 'Rank1'as below

Rank 1 = 
SWITCH(TRUE(),
[Average Sales per Month]<2000000,1,
[Average Sales per Month]>4000000,3,
[Average Sales per Month]>=2000000 && [Average Sales per Month] <=4000000,2)

 

2.Create measure "RankValue" as below:

rankvalue =
RANKX (
    GROUPBY ( ALLSELECTED ( 'Sales' ), Sales[Location], Sales[Sales Rep] ),
    CALCULATE ( [Rank 1] )
        + RANKX (
            GROUPBY ( ALLSELECTED ( 'Sales' ), Sales[Location], Sales[Sales Rep] ),
            CALCULATE ( SUM ( 'Sales'[Total Sales] ) ),
            ,
            ASC,
            DENSE
        )
            / CALCULATE ( COUNTROWS ( 'Sales' ), ALLSELECTED () ),
    ,
    DESC,
    DENSE
)

3. It will show as below

206.png

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

@v-easonf-msft  

 

Thank you very much! this the result im looking for. However i have additional problem, average monthly sales now is base on pre determine values per locations group.

 

Locations Group:

Group 1Group 2Group 3
BANorthSouth
WestNorth-EastSouth-East
EastNorth-WestSouth-West
HO  

 

Requirement to determine the locations sales size:

 Average Monthly Sales requirement
GroupSmall (1)Medium (2)Large (3)
Group 1<2000000>=2000000 <=4000000>4000000
Group 2<1000000>=1000000 <=5000000>5000000
Group 3<1000000>=1000000 <=3000000>3000000

 

I was thinking if i can apply in 

Rank 1 = 
SWITCH(TRUE(),
[Average Sales per Month]<2000000,1,
[Average Sales per Month]>4000000,3,
[Average Sales per Month]>=2000000 && [Average Sales per Month] <=4000000,2)

 When I try to add the group its not working. 

amitchandak
Super User
Super User
parry2k
Super User
Super User

@FreedJustine what you mean rank by location sales size and total sales for the period

 

you wan to rank each sales person in the location by the sales, or each location in the sale person by sales?






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