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robertsarza
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Comparing same column from same table but filtered differently in visuals using slicers and interact

Hi Everyone,

 

Asking for help and suggestion about comparing same column from same table but filtered differently in visuals using slicers and interaction.

 

What I did was I created 2 set of slicers and 2 visualization. Using interaction, I set the 1st slicer to interact only with the 1st visual and the same for 2nd slicer to interact only to the 2nd visual. With this, I was able to have separate data from my visuals using slicer even if it is sourcing from same column and table. However, I want to compare the data that was appearing in the visuals. Does anyone here have idea to do it?

 

For reference:

 

Column NameUsing Slicer 1Using Slicer 2
A2030
Comparison I want2nd1st

 

 

 

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v-kelly-msft
Community Support
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Hi  @robertsarza ,

 

You need to create another 2 slicer tables first;

Then create a dimension table as below:

v-kelly-msft_0-1608177809456.png

Finally create 4 measures as below:

 

salary1 = IF(ISFILTERED('Slicer 1'[age]),CALCULATE(MAX('Table'[salary]),FILTER('Table','Table'[age]=SELECTEDVALUE('Slicer 1'[age]))),MAX('Table'[salary]))
salary2 = IF(ISFILTERED('Slicer 2'[age]),CALCULATE(MAX('Table'[salary]),FILTER('Table','Table'[age]=SELECTEDVALUE('Slicer 2'[age]))),MAX('Table'[salary]))
Sliced value = 
SWITCH(SELECTEDVALUE('Dimension table'[slicers]),
"slicer1",'Slicer 1'[salary1],
"slicer2",'Slicer 2'[salary2],BLANK())
Rankx = RANKX(ALL('Dimension table'),'Dimension table'[Sliced value],,DESC,Dense)

 

And you will see:

v-kelly-msft_1-1608177994088.png

For the related .pbix file,pls see attached.

 

Best Regards,
Kelly

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v-kelly-msft
Community Support
Community Support

Hi  @robertsarza ,

 

You need to create another 2 slicer tables first;

Then create a dimension table as below:

v-kelly-msft_0-1608177809456.png

Finally create 4 measures as below:

 

salary1 = IF(ISFILTERED('Slicer 1'[age]),CALCULATE(MAX('Table'[salary]),FILTER('Table','Table'[age]=SELECTEDVALUE('Slicer 1'[age]))),MAX('Table'[salary]))
salary2 = IF(ISFILTERED('Slicer 2'[age]),CALCULATE(MAX('Table'[salary]),FILTER('Table','Table'[age]=SELECTEDVALUE('Slicer 2'[age]))),MAX('Table'[salary]))
Sliced value = 
SWITCH(SELECTEDVALUE('Dimension table'[slicers]),
"slicer1",'Slicer 1'[salary1],
"slicer2",'Slicer 2'[salary2],BLANK())
Rankx = RANKX(ALL('Dimension table'),'Dimension table'[Sliced value],,DESC,Dense)

 

And you will see:

v-kelly-msft_1-1608177994088.png

For the related .pbix file,pls see attached.

 

Best Regards,
Kelly

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