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darko861
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Calculate and filter rows by greater than

Hi Community,

 

I have been going through a file from a Youtuber, please see the link below:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uZ15A13AsHY&list=PLDz00l_jz6zym_YP8ZW11o52niGfCP8pN&index=8

 

 

Page 2 of this file has multiple measures, I have created a new measure called Cal w measure:

CAL w measure = CALCULATE(SUM(Order_Details[Tot sales]),Order_Details[Tot sales]>10000)
 
I want to display each ProductName that has values over 10 000 (e.g. the product Camembert Pierrot has the value 17 295 in column CAL Tot Sales, which I want to be displayed in the column CAL w measure too) unfortunately, it sums all the values into 41 369.50 for the Year 1998 and 10 540.00 for the Year 1997. How can I tweak the code using the Calculate function?
 
I have also tried using this measure:
CAL w measure = CALCULATE(SUM(Order_Details[Tot sales]),FILTER(Order_Details,Order_Details[Tot sales]>10000))
 
But I get the same result.
 
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Greg_Deckler
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@darko861 Without having downloaded the file, perhaps you need an ALLEXCEPT and specify ProductName.


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Greg_Deckler
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@darko861 Without having downloaded the file, perhaps you need an ALLEXCEPT and specify ProductName.


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CAL w measure = CALCULATE(SUM(Order_Details[Tot sales]),FILTER(ALLEXCEPT(FilteredProductsTable,FilteredProductsTable[ProductName]),[SUM of Total sales]>10000))
 
Yes, this seems to work!

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