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Anonymous
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1 to 5 score card

I need assistance in creating a measure for a 1- 5 score card based on values calculated below:

Ave Defects Identified in HE = AVERAGE('Internal Audit Line Inspection'[% of defects detected at HE])

Score card =
IF (
[Ave Defects Identified in HE] >=90, 5, 
IF ([Ave Defects Identified in HE] >=80 && IF ([Ave Defects Identified in HE] <=89, 4, 
IF ([Ave Defects Identified in HE] >=70 && IF ([Ave Defects Identified in HE] <=79, 3,
IF ([Ave Defects Identified in HE] >=60 && IF ([Ave Defects Identified in HE] <=69, 2, 
IF ([Ave Defects Identified in HE] <=60, 1,
)

 

 

 

I'm getting an error as below:

 

Too many arguments were passed to the IF function. The maximum argument count for the function is 3.

 

any suggestions as clearly I'm not doing something right.

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Washivale
Resolver V
Resolver V

HI @Anonymous ,

try below:

 

Score card = IF ( [Ave Defects Identified in HE] >=90, 5, IF ([Ave Defects Identified in HE] >=80 , 4, IF ([Ave Defects Identified in HE] >=70, 3, IF ([Ave Defects Identified in HE] >=60 ,2,  1 ))))

 

Regards,

Washivale

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Washivale
Resolver V
Resolver V

HI @Anonymous ,

try below:

 

Score card = IF ( [Ave Defects Identified in HE] >=90, 5, IF ([Ave Defects Identified in HE] >=80 , 4, IF ([Ave Defects Identified in HE] >=70, 3, IF ([Ave Defects Identified in HE] >=60 ,2,  1 ))))

 

Regards,

Washivale

Anonymous
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thanks alot. you guys make this seem so simple. 

glad that helped!!

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