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Resolver I

## CONCATENATE DISTINCT VALUES in Tooltip

Hi All,

I am trying to create a custom tooltip for a table and matrix visual.
My table is like this.

 Department Employee Percentage Dept-A Emp-1 50% Dept-A Emp-2 100% Dept-A Emp-3 100% Dept-A Emp-4 100% Dept-B Emp-5 100% Dept-B Emp-6 100% Dept-B Emp-1 50% Dept-B Emp-7 100% Dept-B Emp-8 100% Dept-B Emp-9 100% Dept-B Emp-10 100%

I want to create a measure for the tooltip to display distinct values of percentages, separated by a ",". So it should show "Percentage = 50%,50%", when I hover over the first row and in the second row "Percentage = 100%".
I wrote this DAX but it didn't work:

Percentage Tooltip =
CALCULATE(
CONCATENATEX(
DISTINCT(Percentage)
,","
),
FILTER(ALL(Table),'Table'[Employee] = SELECTEDVALUE('Table'[Employee])
)
)

1 ACCEPTED SOLUTION
Super User

@MURTAZA , both values are .5

You can try like

Tooltip =
CALCULATE(
CONCATENATEX(
SUMMARIZE(Sheet1,Sheet1[Employee],
Sheet1[Percentage]),[Percentage]
),
ALLEXCEPT(Sheet1,Sheet1[Employee])
)

4 REPLIES 4
Super User

@MURTAZA , Try a measure like

CONCATENATEX(summarize(Table,Employee[employee], Table[Percentage]),Table[Percentage],",")

Assumed Percentage is a column

Resolver I

Hi @amitchandak

Thank you for the response, but it is not working.

I have created a sample .pbix file attached, if you could look into it, please. Thanks

Super User

@MURTAZA , both values are .5

You can try like

Tooltip =
CALCULATE(
CONCATENATEX(
SUMMARIZE(Sheet1,Sheet1[Employee],
Sheet1[Percentage]),[Percentage]
),
ALLEXCEPT(Sheet1,Sheet1[Employee])
)

Resolver I

@amitchandak

My apologies that I forgot to mention 1 important aspect of my data is that I have created a unique ID column that I am using, instead of the employee ID (this is because of the limitation Matrix visual has of aggregating data. The duplicated employee IDs, within a department, were aggregated to show as 1, so I had to create a unique ID. This formula is not working in this scenario now, which is understandable, as it is unable to find distinct values. Can you help and advise on this please?

Tooltip =

CALCULATE(

CONCATENATEX(

SUMMARIZE(

Sheet1,

Sheet1[Unique ID],

Sheet1[Percentage]

),

[Percentage]

,", "),

ALLEXCEPT(Sheet1,Sheet1[Unique ID]

) )