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learner03
Post Partisan
Post Partisan

Conditional formatting based on rules and colors

i Have following sample data-

Name timestamp Work Area order picks
abc 10-Feb A 2
abc 10-Feb B 3
abc 10-Feb A 2
abc 11-Feb A 3
dec 10-Feb A 2
dec 11-Feb C 4
dec 12-Feb C 5
dec 10-Feb A 3
ded 11-Feb B 4
ded 11-Feb C 5
ded 12-Feb C 1
ded 12-Feb B 5
fds 10-Feb A 6
fds 11-Feb B 2
fds 11-Feb C 3
fds 11-Feb B 6

and the output is as below based on sum of order picked by each person for the different dates-

akapoor03_0-1677035617114.png

I need to do conditional formatting on the order sum numbers based on in which area the person worked. If the person worked only in "A" area for that particular day then text as red, If it worked in "A" and any other area then Blue and if not in "A" then Green.

The sum of order is a measure as SUM(Table[order picks]).

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amitchandak
Super User
Super User

@learner03 , Create a measure like

color  =

var _m1 = calculate(distinctcount(Table[Work Area]) )

var _m2 = calculate(distinctcount(Table[Work Area]), filter( Table,Table[Work Area] = "A") ) 

return

if(_m1 -_m2, "Red", "Blue")

 

Use in conditional formatting using field value option

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Ahmedx
Super User
Super User

Based on your description, I created data to reproduce your scenario. The pbix file is attached in the end.
https://dropmefiles.com/GAoVf
Screen Capture #354.png

you can write measure like this
Screen Capture #355.png

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Ahmedx
Super User
Super User

Based on your description, I created data to reproduce your scenario. The pbix file is attached in the end.
https://dropmefiles.com/GAoVf
Screen Capture #354.png

you can write measure like this
Screen Capture #355.png

Ahmedx
Super User
Super User

for some reason it seems to me that it should look like the one below in my screenshot, or did I not understand something?!
Screen Capture #348.png

@Ahmedx Yes, what's the approach?

amitchandak
Super User
Super User

@learner03 , Create a measure like

color  =

var _m1 = calculate(distinctcount(Table[Work Area]) )

var _m2 = calculate(distinctcount(Table[Work Area]), filter( Table,Table[Work Area] = "A") ) 

return

if(_m1 -_m2, "Red", "Blue")

 

Use in conditional formatting using field value option

@amitchandak I have sorted this taking your lead. Thnanks for this

@amitchandak thanks but I have 3 cases- worked only in "A", worked in "A" and any other area and third is worked in area other than "A"

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