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TopN is returning less rows than selected when using 2nd slicer

Hi everyone,


I have two seperate slicers that aren't working together. 


The TopN Slicer will narrow down to the correct number selected; however, the 2nd slicer will then filter the Top N further and give me less options than desired. I.e. TopN=8, 8 rows shown properly, then when using 2nd slicer, it will filter it down further instead of maintaining the TopN of 8.


1) Slicer1: TopN

2)Slicer 2: Filters options based on 3 colors: Green, yellow, red




Index column=just a column incrementally going up by 1, from 1 to 100

RowNum =
COUNT ( RX[Index]),
FILTER ( ALLSELECTED ( RX ), RX[Index] <= MAX ( RX[Index] ) ))
StoreRankbySelectedN = IF([RowNum]<=[TopNValuesMeasure],1,0)
Color_availability_Table = DATATABLE("Availability",INTEGER,"Color",STRING,{{0,"Green"},{1,"Yellow"},{3,"Red"}})
# trips by slicer1 =
VAR Trips = [Final Color]

VALUES(Color_availability_Table[Flag#])=0&&Trips<1, Trips,
VALUES(Color_availability_Table[Flag#])=1&&Trips>=1&&Trips<3, Trips,
VALUES(Color_availability_Table[Flag#])=3&&Trips>=3, Trips)
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Hi @DynamicDax ,


Based on your description, it seems that the fields involved in both slicers are in the same table?

If you don't want them to affect each other, please consider splitting this table into two separate tables, creating the slicers again to avoid them from affecting each other by reasonable modeling.


Best Regards,

Jianbo Li

If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

I would like the 2nd slicer to work first. I think it may have to do with how the DAX was setup for both slicers. Will mirror existing TopN and find a better way to slice for the 2nd need. Thank you!



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