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Arenek
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Rankx where lowest number is number 1

Hi,

 

I created a measure to quantify cost by salesperson.

Now, I want to use RANKX, so the lowest cost is ranked #1, not the highest cost.

So I wrote this:

Salesperson cost ranking = Rankx(allselected(table[salesperson]), table [cost])

.....but unfortunately, this gives me the highest cost as rank #1.

Any ideas  ?

 

 

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tamerj1
Super User
Super User

Hi @Arenek 

please try

=
RANKX ( ALLSELECTED ( table[salesperson] ), table[cost],, asc )

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tamerj1
Super User
Super User

Hi @Arenek 

please try

=
RANKX ( ALLSELECTED ( table[salesperson] ), table[cost],, asc )

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