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Conditional Format: Majority of the Average

I have a matrix table, showing a variety of projects. Across the top is months. You can filter down through the projects to sub projects. Each project has a impact rating, red, amber, green (3,2,1). I want to show by month how heavy the impact is but I don't want to roll up the total/sum of the numbers. I want to see the colour by the majority average of the impact ratings. Is this possible?

The idea is to use a DAX formula and apply it to the impact ratings, so that if I have a project with 6x 1 ratings and 35x 3 ratings, the cell in the matrix will show red. 








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@gwalker2023 ,
Can you share sample data and sample output in table format? Or a sample pbix after removing sensitive data.

Thanks for the response.




So the area (on the left) and their project impact the team on the right. 

I want to summarise by month and total area but the number needs to be MODE. I want the most frequent team impact number as the number across.


Dummy data included.


So the summary would look something like this;



And then I can apply conditional formatting to form a heat map of impacted teams. 


Letting PBi summarise the total data, leaves you with a SUM or Count of the impact numbers and I don't want that. 


Hope this makes sense. 

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