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zebing
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Filter out errors in CalculateTable

Hi,  I have created a new table named "LCM_100K" based on another table named "OH_Totals" . I am bringing OH_Totals in via Power Query which removes any rows with errors. However, when I create a new table "LCM_100K" based on OH_Totals, errors are getting in the way. Do I need to write my formula in such a way to remove that error? How would I do that or how would I fix? Thanks.CalculateTable.png

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ryan_mayu
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why not just use filler

 

=filter('OH_total', type="LCM" && impact>100000)





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ryan_mayu
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why not just use filler

 

=filter('OH_total', type="LCM" && impact>100000)





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Did you mean to do it like this within CALCULATETABLE? Or should that happen somewhere else? Tried it within CALCULATETABLE but the result seems to be the same.

 

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Sorry, I was wrong, that did in fact fix it. Thanks!

you are welcome





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