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lennox25
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Power Q - New column with If Statement using 2 columns

Hi, 

Hoping someone can assist?

I need to create a new column (see below) called 'Supervisor Visit Frequency' Based on the Audit Result Column and the Supervisor Opinion Column.  The Supervisit Visit Frequency is the result I require based on the other two columns. 

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Joe_Barry
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Hi @lennox25 

 

Without knowing what weight each column has when calculating the result, here is what you can do in Power Query Calculated column . Just fill out the rest of the combinations that you have

 

 

 

if [Audit Result] = "Good" and [Supervisor Opinion] = "Excellent" then 12 else 
if [Audit Result] = "Good" and [Supervisor Opinion] = "Satisfactory" then 6 else
if [Audit Result] = "Good" and [Supervisor Opinion] = "Poor" then 3 else 0

 

 

DAX

 

 

if [Audit Result] = "Good" && [Supervisor Opinion] = "Excellent" , 12 ,
if [Audit Result] = "Good" && [Supervisor Opinion] = "Satisfactory" , 6 ,
if [Audit Result] = "Good" && [Supervisor Opinion] = "Poor" , 3 , 0

 

 

 Thanks

Joe

 

If you found my answer helpful and it solved your issue, please accept as solution

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Joe_Barry
Solution Specialist
Solution Specialist

Hi @lennox25 

 

Without knowing what weight each column has when calculating the result, here is what you can do in Power Query Calculated column . Just fill out the rest of the combinations that you have

 

 

 

if [Audit Result] = "Good" and [Supervisor Opinion] = "Excellent" then 12 else 
if [Audit Result] = "Good" and [Supervisor Opinion] = "Satisfactory" then 6 else
if [Audit Result] = "Good" and [Supervisor Opinion] = "Poor" then 3 else 0

 

 

DAX

 

 

if [Audit Result] = "Good" && [Supervisor Opinion] = "Excellent" , 12 ,
if [Audit Result] = "Good" && [Supervisor Opinion] = "Satisfactory" , 6 ,
if [Audit Result] = "Good" && [Supervisor Opinion] = "Poor" , 3 , 0

 

 

 Thanks

Joe

 

If you found my answer helpful and it solved your issue, please accept as solution

Perfect  -Thank you!

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