I have a table/matrix with a couple of dimensions and ten measures. Two of the measures will always return a value (M7 & M8).
Is there a way to only show the rows where there is a value in one of the other 8 measures (M1 thru M6)?
In this example I would like to hide rows D and G. In my real world caseI have hundreds or rows I need hidden.
Thanks in advance.
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Hi @music43 ,
I suggest you to try to create a measure to filter your visual.
VAR _Condition = ISBLANK([M1])&&ISBLANK([M2])&&ISBLANK([M3])&&ISBLANK([M4])&&ISBLANK([M5])&&ISBLANK([M6])
Add this measure into visual level filter and set this measure to show items when value = 1.
Best Regards,Rico Zhou
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You can hide rows in a table/matrix by using the exclude option by right-clicking on the row you want to hide or can filter it.
Rows cannot be hidden in the visualization, but they can be filtered.Create a flag measure that checks if your measures return blank values.According to this measure, filter the table.
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