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MateoD
Regular Visitor

Filter where user enter value

 Hello everyone,

 

I want create filter where the user enter a value. 

For exemple the user enter 7000 and only Machines where the 7000 > MIN and 7000 < MAX are return. (Check picture)

 

I don't know if this functionality is possible exists ...

 

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v-jingzhang
Community Support
Community Support

Hi @MateoD 

 

You could create a measure to filter the table visual. The what-if parameter is to be used in this measure.

Filter Measure = IF([Trials Value]>SELECTEDVALUE(ChargesOnly[Min])&&[Trials Value]<SELECTEDVALUE(ChargesOnly[Max]),1,0)

 

Drag the Filter Measure into your table visual's visual-level filter pane and set its value is 1. Then you will find the table visual filtered.

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Regards,
Community Support Team _ Jing
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v-jingzhang
Community Support
Community Support

Hi @MateoD 

 

Now you have below codes which involves two parameters and two tables. Do you create a relationship between two tables? If not, try creating a relationship based on a common column (maybe Machines or Equipements?) This relationship should be one-to-one so that it can find a specific pair of Min/Max values in FoursOnly table. Or the SELECTEDVALUE(FoursOnly[Min]) might return blank.

 

MachinesOK =
IF([Valeur Force essai] > SELECTEDVALUE(ChargesOnly[Min])
   && [Valeur Force essai] < SELECTEDVALUE(ChargesOnly[Max])
   &&[Valeur Temperature] > SELECTEDVALUE(FoursOnly[Min])
   && [Valeur Temperature] < SELECTEDVALUE(FoursOnly[Max]),
   1,0)

 

Create and manage relationships in Power BI Desktop - Power BI | Microsoft Docs

 

Regards,

Jing

v-jingzhang
Community Support
Community Support

Hi @MateoD 

 

Does my reply solve your problem? If yes, kindly accept it as the solution. Otherwise, please provide more details about your problem so that we can work on it further. Thanks.

 

Regards,
Community Support Team _ Jing

v-jingzhang
Community Support
Community Support

Hi @MateoD 

 

You could create a measure to filter the table visual. The what-if parameter is to be used in this measure.

Filter Measure = IF([Trials Value]>SELECTEDVALUE(ChargesOnly[Min])&&[Trials Value]<SELECTEDVALUE(ChargesOnly[Max]),1,0)

 

Drag the Filter Measure into your table visual's visual-level filter pane and set its value is 1. Then you will find the table visual filtered.

052501.jpg

 

Regards,
Community Support Team _ Jing
If this post helps, please Accept it as the solution to help other members find it.

amitchandak
Super User
Super User

Thank @amitchandak i think the parameter can help me. 

I create parameter name 'force essai'

 

But .. I have table 'ChargesOnly' with 2 columns [Min] and [Max].

 

I want compare the parameter 'force essai' with [Min] and [Max]

The condition IF() take only measure on argument ...

 

I have no idea for reply my problem.

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