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Custom Filter for RankX new Column

I currently have a large table that requires a visualised index column. I have come across this EXAMPLE formula for a RANKX and FILTER for a new column in the table :




‘Sales Table’,

‘Sales Table'[Country ] = EARLIER(‘Sales Table'[Country ])


‘Sales Table'[Total Sales]



but I'm struggling to replicate it with my data:


Supplier Analysis Index Rank = RANKX(FILTER('looker_views lkr_Intake_Data','looker_views lkr_Intake_Data'[Supplier Group Name] = EARLIER('looker_views lkr_Intake_Data'[Supplier Group Name],
'looker_views lkr_Intake_Data'[Intake_Data_Custom_1] in {"COP1","COP2"}))
My aim is to have this formula:

Supplier Analysis Index Rank = RANKX(ALL('looker_views lkr_Intake_Data'[Supplier Group Name]),'looker_views lkr_Intake_Data'[Company_Id],,ASC)


Only filtered for: 

'looker_views lkr_Intake_Data'[Intake_Data_Custom_1] in {"COP1","COP2"})


Can anyone help?

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