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Anonymous
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## Top 10%; 10%-20%; 20-50%

Hi,

It should be really easy, but, well.... .

I have column: [Sales Gross]: I need to create column [TABC], where it will:

Calculate the percentage of total sum, and

• If the sales gross belongs to top 10% of sum, it will return "T"
• If the sales gross belongs to 10% - 20% of sum, it will return "A"
• If the sales gross belongs to 20% - 50% of sum, it will return "B"

 Sales Gross 542,45 47,50 576,06 951,13 848,45 405,26 667,73 181,38 259,38 541,16 214,74 58,58 240,99 353,98 65,46 489,49 500,87 20,84 883,75 804,75 918,40 120,83 611,12 735,90 768,23 726,31 241,83

1 ACCEPTED SOLUTION
Super User

TABC CC =
VAR _ranking =
RANKX ( Data, Data[Sales Gross],, DESC )
VAR _totalcount =
COUNTROWS ( Data )
VAR _rankpercentage =
DIVIDE ( _ranking, _totalcount )
RETURN
SWITCH (
TRUE (),
_rankpercentage <= 0.1, "T",
_rankpercentage <= 0.2, "A",
_rankpercentage <= 0.5, "B",
"C"
)

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Anonymous
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Super User

TABC CC =
VAR _ranking =
RANKX ( Data, Data[Sales Gross],, DESC )
VAR _totalcount =
COUNTROWS ( Data )
VAR _rankpercentage =
DIVIDE ( _ranking, _totalcount )
RETURN
SWITCH (
TRUE (),
_rankpercentage <= 0.1, "T",
_rankpercentage <= 0.2, "A",
_rankpercentage <= 0.5, "B",
"C"
)

If this post helps, then please consider accepting it as the solution to help other members find it faster, and give a big thumbs up.