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Adding a column messes up calculated measure

I have a pareto analysis set up with a table that contains all variables used for the analysis. When I want to add a new column that brings in more information, it seems to recalculate the rank measure and messes the table up. It assigns a rank of 1 to about 10 accounts and a rank of 2 to about 10 accounts and so on. .


Why would bringing in another column recalculate my rank column?



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Rank Equation

Rank =
if(HASONEVALUE('BOB_CL_Live - Name and Comm'[AccountName]),RANKX(ALLSELECTED('BOB_CL_Live - Name and Comm'[AccountName]),CALCULATE(SUM('BOB_CL_Live - Name and Comm'[Commission])),,DESC,Skip),"")
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@jman738 you need to provide how you are calculating rank to better understand the issue.

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