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Top 10%

I know how to use the Top N filter, but the ask is for the top 10% of values. We have a large dataset of tickets, each ticket has a "duration" value. We want to see the 10% of those values in a table

 

Any help on how to filter that is appreciated 

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@bhmiller89 

Top 10% of the tickets and their duration.

Top 10% Duration = 

VAR T10 =
    TOPN(
        ROUNDUP(
            COUNTROWS(ALL('Table'))*0.1,0), 
            ALL('Table'),
            [Total Duration], 
            DESC 
        )
RETURN
    CALCULATE(
        [Total Duration],
        KEEPFILTERS(T10)
    )

 

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You could create a measure to calculate the percent of values and filter for within top 10%?

 


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Super User I
Super User I

You could try something like this:

Top 10% Customer =
VAR Num =
    INT ( COUNTROWS ( Customer ) * 0.1 )
VAR Top10Customer =
    TOPN ( Num, Customer, [Total Sales], ASC )
RETURN
    Top10Customer

Thank you,
Antriksh Sharma
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@bhmiller89 

Top 10% of the tickets and their duration.

Top 10% Duration = 

VAR T10 =
    TOPN(
        ROUNDUP(
            COUNTROWS(ALL('Table'))*0.1,0), 
            ALL('Table'),
            [Total Duration], 
            DESC 
        )
RETURN
    CALCULATE(
        [Total Duration],
        KEEPFILTERS(T10)
    )

 

Fowmy_0-1597150064142.png

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