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How to create an "Others" value with Top 3 products under each category with a filter on the page.

I first uploaded my query table named "Sheet1" as follows:


I wanted to create a DAX expression which showed the Top 3 and Others values, so I first created a table named "PRODUCT NAMES" with all the product names along with an "Others" row:

                      ROW("Product Names","Others")
The table was formed as follows with "Others" being denoted by the red circle:
new table.PNG
The Top 3 products were first denoted with the expression:
TopN = 3
The sum of the "Current Volume" is denoted using the formula:
Total Volume = CALCULATE(SUM(Sheet1[Current volume]))
A ranking was then denoted with "Others" at 4th place using the DAX expression:
RankbyVolume = IF(
                  SELECTEDVALUE('PRODUCT NAMES'[products])="Others",
                       ALL('PRODUCT NAMES'),
                       [Total Volume])
The formula was used to rank products according to Total Volume" but to determine the value for "Others" I used a DAX expression to add up all values greater than the Top 3 as follows:
top product & others =
    [RankbyVolume]<=[TopN], [Total Volume],
    IF(SELECTEDVALUE('PRODUCT NAMES'[products])= "Others",
                ALL('PRODUCT NAMES'[products]),
             [Total Volume]
I then used a Pivot Table visual to display the Total Volume, RankbyVolume and top product & others values as shown below:
I then applied a filter where "top product & others"is greater than 0:
I also added category values from "Sheet1", which has 3 categories of products (alpha, beta & omega), in the row with the following results:
 The main problem is that I want a DAX expression which displays 4 rows (Top 3 products and Others ) for each category on "Sheet1" (alpha, beta & omega).
Does anyone have the solution to this problem?
Community Support
Community Support

Hi @Dawn7047 ,


Could you please tell me that you just want 4 rows in one catagory?

Top 3 and Others rows?


Best Regards,

Community Support Team _Yinliw

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

Yes, I wanted to know how to display 4 rows (Top 3 products and Others) for each category (alpha, beta and omega) of products.

Apologies for not making it more clear in the question.


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