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Helper I
Helper I

Return another column based on condition

I am looking to return highest value  for city and corresponding vendor in my formula 

City  Vendor  Price

A         1           30

A         2           50

A         3          100

B         1            35

B          2           40

C         1            60

 

Measure

 

Highest Price = CALCULATE(MAX(VendorRate[Price]),ALLEXCEPT(VendorRate[City]) Its populating highest price but not the vendor. I am using Top N in the visual filter but its displaying incorrectly Thanks you in Advance

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Community Support

@Ips1984 

 

You may use the measure below.

Measure =
MAXX ( TOPN ( 1, VendorRate, VendorRate[Price], DESC ), VendorRate[Vendor] )
Community Support Team _ Sam Zha
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Community Support
Community Support

@Ips1984 

 

You may use the measure below.

Measure =
MAXX ( TOPN ( 1, VendorRate, VendorRate[Price], DESC ), VendorRate[Vendor] )
Community Support Team _ Sam Zha
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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Helper I
Helper I

You can use Rank funtion in mesure to calculate rank based on condition then just filter where rank is 1 or create a new column in the table with Rank function and then apply filter where it is 1.

 

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Super User III
Super User III

@Ips1984 add a unique identifier like index column using power query and then use your measure to return index. once you have index, you can get whatever column you need for that row price/vendor etc.






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