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QuasemS
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Change values in column based on range

Hi,

 

Is there a way to select a specific column, and then change some of it's values to something else, based on it's range. For example, I'm trying to change a percentage column, where anything > 100% should just be converted to 100%.

 

Is there a way to set the conditions for value replacement in the query editor?

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Sorry,

Customer ColumnA = IF([ColumnA]>100,"100%",[ColumnA])

Try that DAX formula.

 

Example screenshot of what I have on mines.

 

DAX.PNG

Kris

View solution in original post

https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ee634824.aspx

 

Link above is for the IF Function. See if that'll help you.

Kris

View solution in original post

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You could always create a new column with the logic you're trying to implement.

 

Column A = 110%

 

New Column A = IF ColumnA is > 100% Then 100%.

 

That way you still have the original data of your column in case you need it.

Kris

I'm getting a syntax error when I try to do that in the Query Editor. The "greater than" sign is not valid.

https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ee634824.aspx

 

Link above is for the IF Function. See if that'll help you.

Kris

Sorry,

Customer ColumnA = IF([ColumnA]>100,"100%",[ColumnA])

Try that DAX formula.

 

Example screenshot of what I have on mines.

 

DAX.PNG

Kris

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