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shayla
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Lowest/ Highest value

Hi All, 

 

Instead having the lowest discount in the whole column, I would like to have the lowest discount % in the year as well.

shayla_1-1701698524790.png

 

how anyone help with it?

 

Thanks!

 

 

1 ACCEPTED SOLUTION

HI, @shayla 

 

try below

calculate(
min(table[discount%]),
table[year] = max(table[year])
)

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Dangar332
Memorable Member
Memorable Member

Hi, @shayla 

try below

column =
 minx(
    filter(
       all(table),
       table[year]= max(table[year])
    ),
    'table'[discount%]
  )

Thanks for reply! @Dangar33

 

when I put the formular below, it only gives the max discount% in 2023, but I need max/min for every year..

 

could you please rectify my formula?

 

Thanks!

shayla_0-1701701919174.png

 

HI, @shayla 

 

try below

calculate(
min(table[discount%]),
table[year] = max(table[year])
)

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