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Sonia316
Helper I
Helper I

Conditional formatting for one column based on value in another table

I have this table here:

 

Sonia316_0-1655846320049.png

Profile is a SharePoint field drop down.  I have a profile master list that stores all of the data for the stoplight values for each profile.  I want to color code the values of each measurement based on the profile master.  

 

I assume I have to create measures for each profile.  I'm fairly new to PowerBI and I just don't know how to write the measure.

 

color =
SWITCH(
TRUE(),
SELECTEDVALUE('Table'[Group]) = "A" && 'Table'[test] >=1 && 'Table'[test] <=15, "#1E90FF",
SELECTEDVALUE('Table'[Group]) = "B" && 'Table'[test] >=1 && 'Table'[test] <=30, "#00FA9A",
SELECTEDVALUE('Table'[Group]) = "C" && 'Table'[test] >=1 && 'Table'[test] <=45, "#8A2BE2",
"#FF0000"
)

 

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v-rzhou-msft
Community Support
Community Support

Hi @Sonia316 ,

 

If there is an active relationship between two tables, you can try to use SUM() to catch values in [Test].

color = 
SWITCH (
    TRUE (),
    SELECTEDVALUE ( 'Table'[Group] ) = "A"
        && SUM('Table'[test]) >= 1
        && SUM('Table'[test]) <= 15, "#1E90FF",
    SELECTEDVALUE ( 'Table'[Group] ) = "B"
        && SUM('Table'[test])  >= 1
        && SUM('Table'[test])  <= 30, "#00FA9A",
    SELECTEDVALUE ( 'Table'[Group] ) = "C"
        && SUM('Table'[test])  >= 1
        && SUM('Table'[test])  <= 45, "#8A2BE2",
    "#FF0000"
)

Then add this color measure into conditional formatting.

 

Best Regards,
Rico Zhou

 

If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

color2 =
SWITCH (
TRUE (),
SELECTEDVALUE ( 'Profile Master'[Title] ) = "Transcend 2.0 Trop 1x5.5 GR"
&& SUM('Quality Check'[WidthTop]) >5.600
&& SUM('Quality Check'[WidthTop]) <5.535, "red",
SELECTEDVALUE ( 'Profile Master'[Title] ) = "Transcend 2.0 Trop 1x5.5 GR"
&& SUM('Quality Check'[WidthTop]) >5.595
&& SUM('Quality Check'[WidthTop]) <5.600, "yellow",
SELECTEDVALUE ( 'Profile Master'[Title] ) = "Transcend 2.0 Trop 1x5.5 GR"
&& SUM('Quality Check'[WidthTop]) >5.535
&& SUM('Quality Check'[WidthTop]) <5.540, "yellow",
SELECTEDVALUE ( 'Profile Master'[Title] ) = "Transcend 2.0 Trop 1x5.5 GR"
&& SUM('Quality Check'[WidthTop]) >5.587
&& SUM('Quality Check'[WidthTop]) <5.549, "white",
"#FF0000"
)

 

So I Have the formula - unfortunately though I can only add ONE measure to conditional formatting and there are several different widths for different profiles.  Does that mean I have to continue the formula to add in those additional selected values until I cover each of the profiles?  I'm thinking the answer is yes

when applying it I got this

 

Sonia316_0-1656334746150.png

 

Sonia316
Helper I
Helper I

I'm using this as my JSON in SharePoint

"background-color": "=if(@currentField == '', 'rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.3)', if(@currentField < [$Profile_x003a_IRVWidthA], 'rgba(240, 52, 52, 1)', if(@currentField <= [$Profile_x003a_IRVWidthB], 'rgba(255, 255, 126, 1)', if(@currentField < [$Profile_x003a_IRVWidthC], 'rgba(255, 255, 255, 1)', if(@currentField <= [$Profile_x003a_IRVWidthD], 'rgba(255, 255, 126, 1)', 'rgba(240, 52, 52, 1)')))))"
},

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