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Anonymous
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Display original values without any rounding

I have those numbers in my report:

 

12

1,05

7,3456

1

12,88989898

 

Power BI automatically rounds to 2 decimals, I know that you can put fix decimalas, but I want to avoid 12,00000000

 

Do you know how to display original values?

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parry2k
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@Anonymous so you want to display the number as listed in the "display" in your reply? If yes, then it is not possible.



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Hi @Anonymous ,

 

Is it like this?

 

v-lionel-msft_1-1610330930674.png

 

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Lionel Chen

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v-lionel-msft
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Hi @Anonymous ,

 

Has your problem been solved?

 

Best regards,
Lionel Chen

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parry2k
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Super User

@Anonymous until you change the data type to text in PQ, but then you will not be able to use it in any aggregation.



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parry2k
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@Anonymous so you want to display the number as listed in the "display" in your reply? If yes, then it is not possible.



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parry2k
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@Anonymous sorry I'm confused, your original data has value 12 then what is the number 12,88989898

 

Sorry, it is not clear, how the raw data looks like, how you want to display it.



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Anonymous
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Those were random numbers from my dataset can be also

 

 

Original:

1. 12

2. 1,05

3. 7,3456

4. 1

5. 12,88989898

 

Display:

1. 12

2. 1,05

3. 7,3456

4. 1

5. 12,88989898

 

What I have now:

1. 12,00000000

2. 1,05000000

3. 7,34560000

4. 1,00000000

5. 12,88989898

 

Anonymous
Not applicable

Thanks, I know I can do that but I do not want to have 12,00000000 I like to see original 12 (thats in the query).

Is it even possible?

Hi @Anonymous ,

 

Is it like this?

 

v-lionel-msft_1-1610330930674.png

 

Best regards,
Lionel Chen

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

 

parry2k
Super User
Super User

@Anonymous change the decimal places, instead of keeping decimal places to 2, change it to 8 or 10, depending on you need

 

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