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GuiGentil
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Ranking by YTD Measure

Hello Everyone how are you?

 

I was able to create the following table with the YTD measure, but now I would like to Rank this YTD.

 

YTDActual = TOTALYTD(AVERAGE(Audiencia_GE_LATAM_Raking[avg_rat_per]), Datas[Date], Datas[Date] < TODAY()) 
 
and then I created the rank 
RnkYTD = RANKX(ALLSELECTED(Audiencia_GE_LATAM_Raking[Channels]),CALCULATE([YTDActual]))
 
But if I do remove one channel from the table for example the rank 1 AOT Paga, the second in the rank becomes the 1 and so go on, I do not want this to happend and there is also another thing, there are a regions collum, if i put it into the filter, the rank also changes.
 
Could you please help me?
 
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amitchandak
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Super User

@GuiGentil , Try with all

RnkYTD = RANKX(ALL(Audiencia_GE_LATAM_Raking[Channels]),CALCULATE([YTDActual]))



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amitchandak
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@GuiGentil , Try with all

RnkYTD = RANKX(ALL(Audiencia_GE_LATAM_Raking[Channels]),CALCULATE([YTDActual]))



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Learn Power BI - Full Course with Dec-2022, with Window, Index, Offset, 100+ Topics !!
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