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PowerBi_Xandar
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Finding nearest value from table with respect to selected value in slicer

Hi, 
I have Created a Slicer for Entering a value by creating a calculated table : 

Quantity Table = GENERATESERIES(0,90000,1)
I have a fact table - Rate Table
Seq QtyPrice
11001000
22501500
35002000
410003000
Question is
How to find the nearest value of Qty and Price from the table with respect to the selected value in slicer ? 

For eg : Entered Value in slicer = 1276
The Output : Qty 1000 and Price 3000 
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v-xinruzhu-msft
Community Support
Community Support

Hi @PowerBi_Xandar 

The approach @amitchandak  offers is fantastic,  In addition to referring to the solutions @amitchandak provides, you can also consider the following methods. 

You can refer to the following measure

 

Price = VAR A=SELECTEDVALUE(Quantity[Value])
var b=ADDCOLUMNS(ALLSELECTED('Rate'),"Divide",IF(a>[Qty],DIVIDE(a,[Qty]),DIVIDE([Qty],a)))
var c=SUMMARIZE(b,[Seq ],'Rate'[Qty],'Rate'[Price],[Divide],"Min",MINX(b,[Divide]))
return MINX(FILTER(c,[Min]=[Divide]),[Price])
QTY = VAR A=SELECTEDVALUE(Quantity[Value])
var b=ADDCOLUMNS(ALLSELECTED('Rate'),"Divide",IF(a>[Qty],DIVIDE(a,[Qty]),DIVIDE([Qty],a)))
var c=SUMMARIZE(b,[Seq ],'Rate'[Qty],'Rate'[Price],[Divide],"Min",MINX(b,[Divide]))
return MINX(FILTER(c,[Min]=[Divide]),[Qty])

 

Output

vxinruzhumsft_0-1688006130116.png

Best Regards!

Yolo Zhu

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

 

amitchandak
Super User
Super User

@PowerBi_Xandar , create measures like

 

Qty M =
var _max = mInx(filter(Table, [Qty]>= selectedvalue('Quantity Table'[value])), Table[Qty])
var _min = Maxx(filter(Table, [Qty]<= selectedvalue('Quantity Table'[value])), Table[Qty])
return
calculate(Sum(Table[Qty]), filter(Table, Table[Qty] =if(_max -[Qty]> [Qty] -_min , _min, _max)))


Price M =
var _max = mInx(filter(Table, [Qty]>= selectedvalue('Quantity Table'[value])), Table[Qty])
var _min = Maxx(filter(Table, [Qty]<= selectedvalue('Quantity Table'[value])), Table[Qty])
return
calculate(Sum(Table[Price]), filter(Table, Table[Qty] =if(_max -[Qty]> [Qty] -_min , _min, _max)))

 

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