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Rank based on dimensional attributes

Hi All - hoping for some assistance here with Ranking on couple of dimensional attributes

 

I've a requirement to show top 10 projects that will have certain types of impact.

 

I've a table about projects and go live dates and impacts looking like this (dates are dd/mm/yyyy)

 

Since the table creation in this forum cannot be more than 10 rows, for argument's sake lets work on top 5

 

Project Name Go live date Impact Ranking
Project1 11/08/2021 H 1
Project2 23/08/2021 H 1
Project3 25/09/2021 H 1
Project4 29/09/2021 H 1
Project5 02/10/2021 M 2
Project6 15/10/2021 M 2
Project7 31/10/2021 M 2

 

So from above the requirement is just to show the top 5 entries. Upto Project5. I dont want the remaining entries.

 

Hope that is sufficient info to help me out.

 

Thank you

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Greg_Deckler
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@Anonymous Not sure but maybe TRIMMEAN? TRIMMEAN - Microsoft Power BI Community

 

Where is the ranking coming from? Is it in the table?


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@Anonymous Not sure but maybe TRIMMEAN? TRIMMEAN - Microsoft Power BI Community

 

Where is the ranking coming from? Is it in the table?


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Wow!! Are you suggesting to get only top N rows of the list, I need to write such a long complicated DAX?

 

Isn't it an over kill?

..........Were my thoughts when I saw your response. But then I thought of trying it out.

 

And it worked.

 

Thanks a lot @Greg_Deckler That was really helpful.

 

Thanks

@Anonymous Glad someone could use that formula because it was a total PITA to write it!!


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