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## Calculate by Age Range

Hi,

In a sample data model as follows:

My fact table Venda (Sales) has 3 calculated columns :

Idade (Age)

Etaria (Age Range):

and Pos ( just for sort purposes). Im trying to calculate a matrix like this one:

But the measure (.Total Range) is not ignoring the Age Range filter. What am I doing wrong? All Ranges for each year , should be the Total for that year.

Thanks in advance.

Fabio Coatis

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hi, @Fcoatis

After my test, this is due to Sort by Function, so you could use this formula:

`.Total Range = CALCULATE([.Total],all(Venda[Etaria],Venda[Pos]))`

Result:

Best Regards,

Lin

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HI, @Fcoatis

I have tested on my side, but not reproduce the issue. If possible, please share detail steps for us.

please share your sample pbix file and expected output. You can upload it to OneDrive or Dropbox and post the link here. Do mask sensitive data before uploading.

Best Regards,

Lin

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Thank you for your reply.

Here is the link:

https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1R45lnyJbHMW8SNPtzrVuSRBjfCPiPowX?usp=sharing

The result esxpected is :

Column12000Column22001Column3

 Etaria .Total .Total Range .Total .Total Range 0-20 76.831 345.447 72.938 344.210 21-30 44.930 345.447 51.143 344.210 31-40 69.492 345.447 52.292 344.210 41-50 30.166 345.447 56.998 344.210 51-60 51.055 345.447 44.336 344.210 61-70 72.973 345.447 66.503 344.210 71-80 345.447 344.210 >80 345.447 344.210 Total 345.447 344.210

Thanks in advance

Community Support

hi, @Fcoatis

After my test, this is due to Sort by Function, so you could use this formula:

`.Total Range = CALCULATE([.Total],all(Venda[Etaria],Venda[Pos]))`

Result:

Best Regards,

Lin

Community Support Team _ Lin
If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.
Post Patron

Thank you very much Lin.

I would never realized that.

Kind Regards,

Fabio

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