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Navin_C
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Multiple conditions to check

Hello All, need help in calcualting value based on multiple conditions mentioned below ... Please advice

1> If "Cell Number" <> "NA", then

2> If "Pages" is >= "Min Pages", then

3> If "Cell" is = A, then

4> If "PEH" is <=8,"Q"*0.25,If "PEH" is <=10,"Q"*0.50,If "PEH" is <=12,"Q"*0.75,If "PEH" is <=14,"Q"*1.0, else

5> If "Cell" is = B, then

6> If "PEH" is <=8,"Q"*0.20,If "PEH" is <=10,"Q"*0.40,If "PEH" is <=12,"Q"*0.65,If "PEH" is <=14,"Q"*1.0, else

7> If "Cell" is = C, then

8> If "PEH" is <=10,"Q"*0.40,If "PEH" is <=12,"Q"*0.60,If "PEH" is <=14,"Q"*0.85,If "PEH" is <=16,"Q"*1.0,

9> else "Q"

10> else "0"

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devesh_gupta
Super User
Super User

@Navin_C You can write a DAX formula like this:

value
=IF([Cell Number]<>"NA",
    IF([Pages]>=[Min Pages],
        SWITCH([Cell],
            "A", SWITCH(TRUE(),
                        [PEH]<=8,"Q"*0.25,
                        [PEH]<=10,"Q"*0.50,
                        [PEH]<=12,"Q"*0.75,
                        [PEH]<=14,"Q"*1.0,
                        "Q"
                    ),
            "B", SWITCH(TRUE(),
                        [PEH]<=8,"Q"*0.20,
                        [PEH]<=10,"Q"*0.40,
                        [PEH]<=12,"Q"*0.65,
                        [PEH]<=14,"Q"*1.0,
                        "Q"
                    ),
            "C", SWITCH(TRUE(),
                        [PEH]<=10,"Q"*0.40,
                        [PEH]<=12,"Q"*0.60,
                        [PEH]<=14,"Q"*0.85,
                        [PEH]<=16,"Q"*1.0,
                        "Q"
                    ),
            "Q"
        ),
        "0"
    ),
    "0"
)

 

If you find this insightful, please provide a Kudo and accept this as a solution.

Thanks Devesh

@Navin_C If it worked for you then please mark that as an accepted solution so that other users can find it more easily.

Thank You!

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