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Syndicate_Admin
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Heatmap in a table

Hello everyone!

I have the following table:

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The idea of this table is to compare the number of real agents with the number of calculated agents, and I am trying that in case the values in the "real agents" column are < or > that of the "calculated agents" values the cells have a light red background color. On the other hand, when these values are the same that they have a light green color. Would they know how to do it?

Best regards!! 🙂

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Syndicate_Admin
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@BIBITARIFA ,

Have you checked measure based conditional formatting

Also if you are able to create a diff measure, you should able to use conditional gradient formatting

a measure like Sum(Table[real agents]) - sum(Table[calculated agents])

How to do conditional formatting by measure and apply it on pie?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RqBb5eBf_I4&list=PLPaNVDMhUXGYo50Ajmr4SgSV9HIQLxc8L
https://community.powerbi.com/t5/Community-Blog/Power-BI-Conditional-formatting-the-Pie-Visual/ba-p...
https://amitchandak.medium.com/power-bi-where-is-the-conditional-formatting-option-in-new-format-pan...

That was it!! This is my measure:

Color = IF(SUM(Operarios_mes_mayo[Num_Operarios])=SUM(DATA[agents]), "#BFEEBC", "#F2B1A2"). I created and put it in the Background color --> Conditional Formatting: based on field. It's all and it's worked. Thank you Amit.

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