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Helper III

## Assigning Values based on conditions

Hi All,

I am looking to reassign a value based on specific conditions, here is my table below...

 Name Amount Delivery Day A 1 Blank A 2 Day 1 A 1 Day 1 A 5 Day 2 B 4 Day5 B 5 Blank B 12 Day2 C 7 Day 3 C 8 Day 1 C 17 Day5

for example I would like the Delivery Day to be reassigned to be the Delivery Date that is over 50% of the total amount (solution can't be max) and here is what I would therefore expect to see...

 Name Amount Delivery Date A 6 Day 2 B 15 Day 2 C 24 Day 5

If this solution was a calculated column that would be great! 😊

Taylor

2 ACCEPTED SOLUTIONS
Super User

try to plot a table visual with Name column and two measures like:

``````AmountSum = SUM(TableName[Amount])

MaxDeliveryDate =
MINX(
FILTER(
TableName,
TableName[Amount]=MAX(TableName[Amount])
),
TableName[Delivery Day]
)``````

it worked like:

Helper III

Hi @FreemanZ,

How would this then look if you were to change it to No of rows opposed to Amount?

 Name Amount Delivery Day A 1 Blank A 2 Day 1 A 1 Day 1 A 5 Day 2 B 4 Day5 B 5 Blank B 8 Day 2 B 12 Day2 C 7 Day 3 C 8 Day 1 C 17 Day5 C 1 Day 1

 Company Amount Delivery Day A 9 Day 1 B 29 Day 2 C 33 Day 1
8 REPLIES 8
Super User

can you describe the calculation behind?

Helper III

Hi @FreemanZ ,

There was no calculated columns or measures to create the columns that's they way they naturally sit.
I'd like the amounts added up and then whatever Delivery day had more than 50% of the total then assign delivery date to that.

Super User

how do you come with 6, 15, 24?

Helper III

Apologies! My bad I've edited the post and forgot to edit my expected table here is it fixed...

My Table...

 Name Amount Delivery Day A 1 Blank A 2 Day 1 A 1 Day 1 A 5 Day 2 B 4 Day5 B 5 Blank B 12 Day2 C 7 Day 3 C 8 Day 1 C 17 Day5

Expected result...

 Name Amount Delivery Date A 9 Day 2 B 21 Day 2 C 32 Day 5

Super User

try to plot a table visual with Name column and two measures like:

``````AmountSum = SUM(TableName[Amount])

MaxDeliveryDate =
MINX(
FILTER(
TableName,
TableName[Amount]=MAX(TableName[Amount])
),
TableName[Delivery Day]
)``````

it worked like:

Helper III

Hi @FreemanZ,

How would this then look if you were to change it to No of rows opposed to Amount?

 Name Amount Delivery Day A 1 Blank A 2 Day 1 A 1 Day 1 A 5 Day 2 B 4 Day5 B 5 Blank B 8 Day 2 B 12 Day2 C 7 Day 3 C 8 Day 1 C 17 Day5 C 1 Day 1

 Company Amount Delivery Day A 9 Day 1 B 29 Day 2 C 33 Day 1
Super User

what do you mean by No of rows opposed to Amount?

Helper III

Hi @FreemanZ ,

No of Delivery Day rows, for example in the table above Compnay A had 2 Delivery Day 1 so make a new column that then assigns Company A to Delivery day 1.

Many Thanks for your help! 😊

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