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Anonymous
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## How to calculate column based on Slicer

Hi everyone,

I have a table like the next one:

 ID Class Points Points_Norm 1 A 50 0 2 A 800 0.1372455 3 A 911 0.15755784 4 B 456152 83.4639301 5 B 1521 0.26918418 6 B 123 0.01335856 7 C 14894 2.71636296 8 C 4561 0.82548594 9 C 546516 100 10 C 146516 26.8023994

Also, I have a slicer for the column "Class". My objective is to put the variable "Points_norm "in a graph (it is just the values of "Points" normalized between 0 and 100).

What I'm looking for is that, when I select one of the classes with my slicer, I get the normalized values just for the filtered results. In this example, if I select Class==A with the slicer,  what I would get is:

 ID Class Points Points_Norm 1 A 50 0 2 A 800 87.1080139 3 A 911 100

Because the normalization is done just for those values I calculated. Does anyone know how to get this in Power BI?

Thank you all

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Super User

@Anonymous , You can not calculate a column with slicer values. You can only use the slicer value in measure. Think how can you use measure in place of column

Anonymous
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So the idea would be, how to get a measure that scales between 0 and 100 the values that affected the slicer?

Super User

@Anonymous , have slicer using what if parameter

assume you need it for points and ID is you min level

Try like

total point = sum(Table[Points])

measure =
var _min = minx(allselected(whatif), whatif[value])
var _max = maxx(allselected(whatif), whatif[value])
return
sumx(values(Table[ID]) , if([total point]>=_min && [total point] <=_max, [total point], blank()))

or like this, here you can add more than one group by

measure =
var _min = minx(allselected(whatif), whatif[value])
var _max = maxx(allselected(whatif), whatif[value])
return
sumx(filter(summarize(Table, Table[ID], "_1", sum(Table[Points])) , [_1]>=_min && [_1] <=_max),[_1])

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