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Morrison
Helper I
Helper I

RANKX with filter start at number 2

Hello,

I want to ask you for help on RANX measurement with filters.

By inserting the measure, the ranking starts from 2 and in some cases jumps one rank.

The formula used is this

 

Rank Incidenza Gara Comparto 1 = RANKX ( FILTER (ALL( 'dwh DimStore'), 'dwh DimStore'[Region]  IN {"X","Y","Z"})

    , calculate(sum('Venduto Totale'[Gara_Tot_quantita])/sum('Venduto Totale'[Tot_Scontrini])))

and the result is this

 

Rank Incidenza Gara Comparto 1

Store

Incidenza Pezzi_Presenze

2

A

61,77%

3

B

56,46%

4

C

54,06%

5

D

51,29%

6

E

47,98%

 

Thx all

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johnt75
Super User
Super User

It seems like there are filters being applied to the table. Use Performance Analyzer to get the DAX code generated for the table and have a look at it in DAX Studio. You could then potentially add those filters into the RANKX so that only those stores are included.

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johnt75
Super User
Super User

It seems like there are filters being applied to the table. Use Performance Analyzer to get the DAX code generated for the table and have a look at it in DAX Studio. You could then potentially add those filters into the RANKX so that only those stores are included.

Yes, there are other filters in the table. I followed your advice and added the missing filters. Now everything works correctly.
Thanks 1000 !!!

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