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A Card Visual That Relates to Another Measure

Hi, I have finally managed to create a measure that reads out the higest value (I'm new lol) but now I need another card visual that reads out the supervisors name.


Any ideas how to go about this, so when i select a card visual and drag in a measure it will read the supervisors name that relates to the 91% score?





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@tomsmith213 ,

Just Noticed @djurecicK2 , Already replied. Please check that solution first , Please check this only if that did not work.

Create a TOPN Measure


Top Utilization % =

CALCULATE( [Utilization %] ,TOPN(1,allselected('Table'[Supervisor]), [Utilization % ,DESC),values('Table'[Supervisor]))



CALCULATE( max('Table'[Supervisor]) ,TOPN(`,allselected('Table'[Supervisor]), [Utilization % ,DESC),values('Table'[Supervisor]))




maxx(TOPN(`,allselected('Table'[Supervisor]), [Utilization % ,DESC), [Supervisor])

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Super User

Hi @tomsmith213 ,

 You can try something like this:

Please adjust for your table and column names


Max Utilitisation Supervisor= CALCULATE(MAX(TableName[Supervisor Name]), FILTER(ALL(TableName), Tablename[% Shift]= [max utilisation]))

Hi, thanks for the reply, but where have I gone wrong?




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