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klopdaddy
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Conditional Formatting in a Matrix Visual- Comparing Weekly data to summarized data

Hello-

I am trying to conditionally format values in cells of a matrix visual based on the summarization of the entire range of cells. In my specific case the columns of the matrix visual are weeks of the year which i want to compare vs. the Standard Deviation across the entire range of data and color code highlight if the value in the cell is outside the stad dev.

klopdaddy_1-1709397716353.png

 

The measure that ive created to calculate the std dev across the range is:

 

stddv_time_bound = CALCULATE(

    STDEVX.S(

SUMMARIZE( table1,   table1[week], "Change",

     CALCULATE(

SUM(table1[sum(column_values)]), table1[column_names] = "forecast 1")

      -

      CALCULATE(

SUM(table1[sum(column_values)]), table1[column_names] = "forecast2")

),

     [Change]),

DATESINPERIOD(table1[week], TODAY(), 12, MONTH), All(table1[week]))

 

And i use this in the below measure to create the color coding.

Color Code = SWITCH(TRUE(),

[Change Forecast] >= [stddev_time_bound],"#de6a73",

 "#B7e8a2")

 

The issue is that the std. dev measure is applied in the visual against only each indidual week which returns NaN due to no variability. 

IS there a way to remove the inherent filter applied by the visual?

 

Thanks in advance for any help

 

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lbendlin
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lbendlin
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Read about HASONEVALUE and REMOVEFILTERS

Very helpful. Thank you

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