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Neha12
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To map different measures to single value

Hi Everyone,

 

I have got stuck in one power bi scenario.

I have shared the pic of how I want the table to look like in power bi

So here I want to create overall col, that should get mapped with vol and Invol measures.

I have created 4 different measures 

Say suppose, vol for ytd jan ,Invol for ytd jan

vol for fy closing and Invol for fy closing.

How to Map these four measures with overall col values( ytd(jan) and Fy closing)

Please help

@amitchandak , @Sahir_Maharaj, @tamerj1 , @Greg_Deckler , @FreemanZ 

Thank you

 

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tamerj1
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Hi @Neha12 

hope you're doing fine. 
I think you need to clearly describe your problem. Present sample of the original data, indicate the tables you have and present the expected results. 

FreemanZ
Super User
Super User

hi @Neha12 

not sure about your requirement, could you elaborate that?

andhiii079845
Super User
Super User

I think you have to share the underlaying data, in best case your PBI File.





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Was thinking if switch statement would work

Column = Switch(true(),

Vol ytd jan & Invol ytd jan<> blank ,"ytd jan",

Vol FY closing & vol Fy closing <> blank, "Fy Closing")

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