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Helper III

## Conditional formatting help

Hi all,

actually ,above is my matrix visual in my power bi(PN is part number ,and values are usage of part number in every week of (2018,2019,2020,2021....)

i need some help in conditional formatting

1.dynamically it should show the latest week(9/2/2018) - Top 15 usage values.

2.There is lot of empty values are there in matrix values - need to bring zeros in empty places

3.dynamically,every week compare the previous week usage values (i) If the value is higher than previous week value - it should show some different font color or different back ground colour/symbol (ii) If the value is equal to previous week value - it should show some different font color or different back ground colour/symbol (iii)  If the value is less than previous week value - it should show some different font color or different back ground colour/symbol

4.If the usage of PN for continous three weeks - it should show all three values in different color/symbol

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Community Support

You can try the following methods.

Measure:

``Current value = SUM('Table'[usage value])+0``
``Previous value = CALCULATE([Current value],FILTER(ALL('Table'),[Weeknum]=SELECTEDVALUE('Table'[Weeknum])-1&&[PN]=SELECTEDVALUE('Table'[PN])))``
``Diff = [Current value]-[Previous value]``
``Color = IF([Diff]=0,"Yellow",IF([Diff]>0,"Green","Red"))``

Is this the result you expect? The last question is what kind of output you expect it to be, and can you show it in pictures.

Best Regards,

Community Support Team _Charlotte

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Community Support

You can try the following methods.

Measure:

``Current value = SUM('Table'[usage value])+0``
``Previous value = CALCULATE([Current value],FILTER(ALL('Table'),[Weeknum]=SELECTEDVALUE('Table'[Weeknum])-1&&[PN]=SELECTEDVALUE('Table'[PN])))``
``Diff = [Current value]-[Previous value]``
``Color = IF([Diff]=0,"Yellow",IF([Diff]>0,"Green","Red"))``

Is this the result you expect? The last question is what kind of output you expect it to be, and can you show it in pictures.

Best Regards,

Community Support Team _Charlotte

If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

Helper III

every week i will get the data with date ,part numbers and usage values like this format @BeaBF .

Impactful Individual

@sarath_chandra Hi! Can you attack a pbix file with the same sample data above in order to provide you the expected results?

BBF

Helper III

Thank you so much for your quick response. Im not able to attach the pbix file in this power bi community . options are not available for me .sorry for inconvience.

above image is in  matrix visual of power bi .

date is in columns

PN is in rows

values is in value

Impactful Individual

@sarath_chandra OK, can you paste some sample data in the reply?

BBF

Helper III
 Date PN usage value 05/01/2018 7ui45 2 12/01/2018 8u89 118 23/01/2018 8u89 162 02/02/2018 4567 7 09/02/2018 4567 10 02/02/2018 8u89 82 09/02/2018 8u89 106 23/01/2018 7ui45 6 02/02/2018 7869 4 09/02/2018 7869 4 05/01/2018 8790 13 12/01/2018 8790 31 23/01/2018 8790 73 02/02/2018 8790 18
Impactful Individual

@sarath_chandra ok, let's start from point 2, the blank values.

You have to create a table starting from the native, making a distinct on the Date field, then create a relationship between the two tables and use the Date field of the new table in the matrix. At this point in "values" put a new measure that makes the sum of the usage field +0.

I am attaching a pbix with this point done with example data. Let me know if you have any questions, in the meantime I'll sort out the remaining points.

BBF

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