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Helper I

## Filtered calculation range - improving the DAX

Hi all

I just created a quick measure but the DAX appears very cumbersome.  I have very litle experience with DAX, so i'm hoping for some help to refine the formula.

I got as far adding up to 9 with the quick measure, but when I saw the formula I realised it will be a bit silly counting out all numbers up to the current max (which is around 1500).

I basically need three ranges:

- minimum to 60

- 60 to 100

- 100 to max

Any suggestions to improve my DAX?

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Impactful Individual

Hi @Jumper ,

You could write something like this:

WIP value 0 t0 60 =
CALCULATE(SUM(fact service WIP daily snapshot[WIP at Sell]),
fact service WIP daily snapshot[DaysNoLabour] >=0  &&  fact service WIP daily snapshot[DaysNoLabour] <=60)

Hope this helps!

Accept this answer as a solution if it solves your query. Kudos are always appreciated!

Thanks!

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Helper I

Perfect!!! Thanks for your help 🙂

Impactful Individual

Hi @Jumper ,

You could write something like this:

WIP value 0 t0 60 =
CALCULATE(SUM(fact service WIP daily snapshot[WIP at Sell]),
fact service WIP daily snapshot[DaysNoLabour] >=0  &&  fact service WIP daily snapshot[DaysNoLabour] <=60)

Hope this helps!

Accept this answer as a solution if it solves your query. Kudos are always appreciated!

Thanks!

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