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Helper IV

## Values Show values ​​that do not have a related value in another table

Hello community I have a concern, it turns out that I have two tables, one stores the information of articles and the other stores the voting data of those articles. When I calculate the positive percentage of votes and put it on my display everything looks good.

However, not all my articles have votes. How do I make sure that articles that do not have votes in my visualization do not disappear?

Very Reags.

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Resolver III

You can do it two ways:

1. You have an outer measure that performs the calculation to add the zeros and display the outer measure:
```Measure to Display :=
IF(
ISBLANK([PercentageOfPositives2]),
0,
[PercentageOfPositives2]
)```
2. You add the IF clause to your PercentOfPositives2 measure:
```PercentageOfPositives :=
VAR result = [PositiveCount2]/([NegativeCount2] + [PositiveCount2])
RETURN
IF(
ISBLANK(result),
0,
result
)```
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Resolver III

Because the articles have no votes, they are blank and therefore will not show up in visuals. In order to get around this, you need to display the values as zeros instead of blanks. That can be accomplished with something like this:

```Measure :=
IF(
0,
)```
Helper IV

How could I apply that to my Measure?

PercentOfPositives2 = [PositiveCount2]/([NegativeCount2] + [PositiveCount2])

Resolver III

You can do it two ways:

1. You have an outer measure that performs the calculation to add the zeros and display the outer measure:
```Measure to Display :=
IF(
ISBLANK([PercentageOfPositives2]),
0,
[PercentageOfPositives2]
)```
2. You add the IF clause to your PercentOfPositives2 measure:
```PercentageOfPositives :=
VAR result = [PositiveCount2]/([NegativeCount2] + [PositiveCount2])
RETURN
IF(
ISBLANK(result),
0,
result
)```

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