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Helper II
Helper II

Create output table with removing duplicate value of an ID column based on 2nd column priority

Table has ID column  and Final Pause (calculated Column) where same ID can have multiple Final Pause data.

In output ,I need only unique ID's with Final Pause value with highest priroity i.e.

1. Pause

2. No Pause

3. Unmatched

So if ID has Pause, No PAuse & Unmatched , output should have Pause only for that ID as it has highest priority

but ID has No Pause & Unmatched then o/p should have No Pause against ID as its highest among (No Pause & Unmatched)

Input table:


UIDFinal Pause
W0234821-21/07/2021No Pause
0092509-14/07/2021No Pause
2192509-14/07/2021No Pause


Output Table:

UIDFinal Pause
2192509-14/07/2021No Pause
Community Support
Community Support

Hi @Raj12 ,

I have created a simple sample, please refer to my pbix file to see if it helps you.



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If it does not help, please provide more details with your desired output and pbix file without privacy information (or some sample data) .


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Community Support Team _ Rongtie

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Super User
Super User

Hi! In Power Query, assign a value to your priority, then sort by the priority and remove duplicates on the UID.

Column shown above is a measure created in Power Bi and hence can't work on it in Power Query.



I'm sorry, I thought you said UID and Final Pause were from your input table/source. My suggestion was that you then assign the priority numbers to the values in Final Pause in Power Query, then sort those in ascending order, then remove dupliates on your UID.

Final Pause is a measure calculated based on differnet other tables and cant be defined in Power Query.
Can we do it in Power Bi itself ?

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