I work with one table (called sTradeSim) that I have created in PowerQuery. It has 3 columns (Fund1, Fund2, Fund3), each having values from -10 to 10, with an increment of 1. Each column has been added to a separate slicer, using an option "Greater than or equal to". The goal of this slicer is for an analyst to be able to simulate trades (selling/buying funds).
Right next to these sliders is a table with the actual funds (Fund1, Fund2, Fund3). I have created a DAX measure that should return the value from each respective slicer, but instead it is always returning the value of the last (3rd) slicer.
What I would like to see instead, is: No 1 = -10.00, No 2 = -2.00, No 3 = 3.00. I have tried to find a solution on the forum and combine my SWITCH formula with ALL, ALLEXCEPT, SELECTEDVALUE etc., but it seems like I'm missing something very basic.
P.S. I intentionally chose not to use What-If analysis as it has a few drawbacks that won't work for our simulator, i.e. it seems to have some rounding issues and size limitations. In our original report, we actually have a wider numeric range (not -10, 10), with an increment of 0.001.
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Thank you Lionel, this is very helpful. It looks like the solution is to create a separate table for each fund, and then have them added to each slicer. This might be quite cumbersome for my company, as we are working with 20-30 funds, but at least it's a working solution - much appreciated.
In the meantime, I'm hoping that Microsoft will work on creating Input Fields - fingers crossed!
@justynamk , Actually, you can generateseries and use that in slicer.
I used a similar slicer in EMI calculator in place of What if
Hi @amitchandak , thank you for your reply and the links, both reports look very useful. However, I am not sure how it can help my question. In my scenario, I created 3 separate slicers, using a single table with 3 columns as a data source. Now, I would like my measure to return the appropriate slicer's value (i.e. for row No 1 return 1st slicer's value, for row No 2 return 2nd slicer's value, etc.), but the SWITCH function that I have created is returning the same value for all 3 rows. I would greatly appreciate your assistance.
Edit: I suspect the SWITCH function doesn't work as expected, because all three slicers are coming from the same table. However, I would like to avoid creating a separate table for each slicer, as my original report requires more than 3 slicers. I would also expect these three slicers to not "interact" with each other, as "Edit interactions" mode is off for all three of them.
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