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Helper II

Semi-aggregated measures

I have two measures - "Login" and "Logout" in a matrix table to display the log in time and the log out time by employee and by date.

 

login = CALCULATE(Min(table1[STARTTIME_CALC])
,filter(table1,table1[PRIMARY_STATUS]="AVAILABLE"))
 logout = CALCULATE(
        max(table1[STARTTIME]) 
,FILTER(table1,table1[PRIMARY_STATUS]="OFFLINE"))

 

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However, I don't want the login and logout values to be displayed at the emplyee level in the table. Both make sense only if they are by employee AND by date.

 

My question is how to modify the login and logout measure so that they dont return a value at the employee row in the matrix table.

 

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Super User I
Super User I

Hi @mochabits,

 

You can use the HASONEVALUE function to control this see the following forumula example

measure =
switch(true(),
hasonevalue('table'[user]) && not(hasonevalue('table'[date]), blank(),
hasonevalue('table'[user]) && hasonevalue('table'[date]), [measure],
, blank())

Hope this Helps,
Richard
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Greetings @mochabits , here you should condition the value shown in the subtotals, the HASONEVALUE or ISINCOPE function you can use a lot for this, here I leave you a link to see how they work, HASONEVALUE: https://youtu.be/Q_l-6oYOdJ8, ISINSCOPE: https://youtu.be/OQUqdT7UDeQ

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Frequent Visitor

Greetings @mochabits , here you should condition the value shown in the subtotals, the HASONEVALUE or ISINCOPE function you can use a lot for this, here I leave you a link to see how they work, HASONEVALUE: https://youtu.be/Q_l-6oYOdJ8, ISINSCOPE: https://youtu.be/OQUqdT7UDeQ

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Super User I
Super User I

Hi @mochabits,

 

You can use the HASONEVALUE function to control this see the following forumula example

measure =
switch(true(),
hasonevalue('table'[user]) && not(hasonevalue('table'[date]), blank(),
hasonevalue('table'[user]) && hasonevalue('table'[date]), [measure],
, blank())

Hope this Helps,
Richard
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