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dannyboy123
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Filtering a measure

Hi.

 

I have the following data in a table...

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The left hand column is week number.  I want to create a measure that always returns the latest week only.  I've been trying for a few hours and it's barely worth showing my efforts as I've got nowhere 🙂

 

Any help much appreciated

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ray_aramburo
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Try this:

First create a measure that will get your maximum week:

LatestWeek = CALCULATE(MAX('TableName'[YourWeekColumn]),ALL('TableName')) 

Then create another measure:

LatestWeekFlag = LatestWeekFlag = IF(SELECTEDVALUE('TableName'[YourWeekColumn] = [LatestWeek], 1, 0)

Use it as a filter:

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ray_aramburo
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Super User

Try this:

First create a measure that will get your maximum week:

LatestWeek = CALCULATE(MAX('TableName'[YourWeekColumn]),ALL('TableName')) 

Then create another measure:

LatestWeekFlag = LatestWeekFlag = IF(SELECTEDVALUE('TableName'[YourWeekColumn] = [LatestWeek], 1, 0)

Use it as a filter:

ray_aramburo_0-1708626282476.png

 





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