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Shweta Frequent Visitor
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Using power bi how to show top 10 records according to check-in timming

 
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coollehavre Frequent Visitor
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Re: Using power bi how to show top 10 records according to check-in timming

Hi,

 

to display the top 10 (by country for example), you can create a new calculated column in a data table like : 

 

Rank Sales = RANKX(ALLSELECTED(Data1[Country]);CALCULATE(SUM(Data1[Sales])))

 

And you filter by the column 

 

 

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coollehavre Frequent Visitor
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Re: Using power bi how to show top 10 records according to check-in timming

Hi,

 

to display the top 10 (by country for example), you can create a new calculated column in a data table like : 

 

Rank Sales = RANKX(ALLSELECTED(Data1[Country]);CALCULATE(SUM(Data1[Sales])))

 

And you filter by the column 

 

 

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