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MURTAZA
Resolver I
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. 

DepartmentEmployeePercentage
Dept-AEmp-150%
Dept-AEmp-2100%
Dept-AEmp-3100%
Dept-AEmp-4100%
Dept-BEmp-5100%
Dept-BEmp-6100%
Dept-BEmp-150%
Dept-BEmp-7100%
Dept-BEmp-8100%
Dept-BEmp-9100%
Dept-BEmp-10100%


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])
)
)

 

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@MURTAZA , both values are .5 

 

You can try like 

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

 

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amitchandak
Super User
Super User

@MURTAZA , Try a measure like

 

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

 

Assumed Percentage is a column 

Hi @amitchandak 

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

MURTAZA_1-1614965939500.png

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

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1klhlx03gz55ti99xCygZUUve9QOj0u6p/view?usp=sharing

@MURTAZA , both values are .5 

 

You can try like 

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

 

@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?

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Tooltip =

CALCULATE(

CONCATENATEX(

 SUMMARIZE(

 Sheet1,

 Sheet1[Unique ID],

 Sheet1[Percentage]

 ),

 [Percentage]

 ,", "),

 ALLEXCEPT(Sheet1,Sheet1[Unique ID]

 ) )

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