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nitinbalodi
Helper I
Helper I

DAX Calculation including 2 columns and slicer

Hello all, I am trying to write a DAX measure for my report where I have a table as shown below and need to show the Category and Subcategory which will be connected to my slicer. I have mentioned calculation and output required. Let me know, if more clarity is required. Thanks.

Input table

Ticket#CategorySubCategorySLA
Ticket 1AA-1Yes
Ticket 2BB-1Yes
Ticket 3BB-2No
Ticket 4BB-2No
Ticket 5AA-1No
Ticket 6AA-2No
Ticket 7BB-2No
Ticket 8BB-3Yes
Ticket 9BB-3Yes
Ticket 10BB-1No

 

 

calculation:

CategorySubCategoryTotal TicketsSLA = YESSLA%
AA-12150%
AA-2100%
BB-12150%
BB-2300%
BB-322100%

 

Output:

If Slicer selection is A then card visual should show

                         A -> A-1 50%

 

If Slicer selection is B then card visual should show

                      B -> B-3 100%

 

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tamerj1
Super User
Super User

Hi @nitinbalodi 
Here is a sample file with the solution https://www.dropbox.com/t/xUJUyAWUTD6YmKrI

1.png2.png

Measures are

 

Total Tickets = COUNTROWS ( Input )
SLA (YES) = CALCULATE ( COUNTROWS ( Input ), Input[SLA] = "Yes" )
SLA% = DIVIDE ( [SLA (YES)], [Total Tickets] )
CARD = 
VAR SummaryTable = 
    SUMMARIZE ( Input, Input[Category], Input[SubCategory] )
VAR MaximumSLAPercentage =
    MAXX ( 
        SummaryTable,
        [SLA%]
    )
VAR Result =
CONCATENATEX ( 
    FILTER ( 
        SummaryTable,
        [SLA%] = MaximumSLAPercentage
    ),
    Input[SubCategory] & " (" & FORMAT ( [SLA%], "#,#0.0%" ) & ")"
)
RETURN
    Result

 

 

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tamerj1
Super User
Super User

Hi @nitinbalodi 
Here is a sample file with the solution https://www.dropbox.com/t/xUJUyAWUTD6YmKrI

1.png2.png

Measures are

 

Total Tickets = COUNTROWS ( Input )
SLA (YES) = CALCULATE ( COUNTROWS ( Input ), Input[SLA] = "Yes" )
SLA% = DIVIDE ( [SLA (YES)], [Total Tickets] )
CARD = 
VAR SummaryTable = 
    SUMMARIZE ( Input, Input[Category], Input[SubCategory] )
VAR MaximumSLAPercentage =
    MAXX ( 
        SummaryTable,
        [SLA%]
    )
VAR Result =
CONCATENATEX ( 
    FILTER ( 
        SummaryTable,
        [SLA%] = MaximumSLAPercentage
    ),
    Input[SubCategory] & " (" & FORMAT ( [SLA%], "#,#0.0%" ) & ")"
)
RETURN
    Result

 

 

Thank you @tamerj1 , this is what I was looking for...

Jihwan_Kim
Super User
Super User

Hi,

I am not sure if I understood your question correctly, but please check the below picture and the attached pbix file.

 

Picture1.png

 

Total tickets: = 
COUNTROWS( Data )

 

SLA Yes: = 
CALCULATE ( [Total tickets:], Data[SLA] = "Yes" )

 

SLA Yes Ratio: =
IF (
    HASONEVALUE ( Data[SubCategory] ),
    DIVIDE ( [SLA Yes:], [Total tickets:] ),
    MAXX (
        ADDCOLUMNS (
            ALL ( Data[SubCategory] ),
            "@SLAYes", CALCULATE ( DIVIDE ( [SLA Yes:], [Total tickets:] ) )
        ),
        Data[SubCategory]
    ) & " "
        & FORMAT (
            MAXX (
                ADDCOLUMNS (
                    ALL ( Data[SubCategory] ),
                    "@SLAYes", CALCULATE ( DIVIDE ( [SLA Yes:], [Total tickets:] ) )
                ),
                [@SLAYes]
            ),
            "#,#0.0%"
        )
)

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Thanks for the response, this works fine, only one issue, when I select Category "A" in slicer it is not showing "A1" as selected value instead it is showing B-3 for any selection.

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