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## How to display Measure values inside where Total is (inside Matrix visual)

I have some calculation that I created in Measures that I would like to display where Total value is (inside Matrxi visual).

I have attached PBI file for reference.

For example (at "Actual" tab), these two are Measures that I created using Cards.

I am trying to see if there is a way to display these calculation at where regular Total is.

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Community Support

Hi  @JustinDoh1 ,

If you want to place [Skill Mix % All] in the matrix and the TOTAL value shows [Skill Mix % Total Rest], you can consider creating measure, using the IF() + HASONEVALUE() function, to determine if it's a Total or not, and if it is, you can do the calculations according to your own needs, such as Average. Sum and so on. Because measure is incorrect in Total is a relatively common scenario, measure follows the context of the "Total" row and is calculated in that context. As a result, measures used in the columns of a table visualization may have unexpected values in the "Total" column.

``````Measure =
IF(
HASONEVALUE('vw_Ocuupancy'[Provider_Name]),[Skill Mix % All],[Skill Mix % Total Rest])``````
``````Measure 2 =
IF(
HASONEVALUE('vw_Ocuupancy'[Provider_Name]),[Occupancy % All],[Occupancy % Total Rest])``````

Best Regards,

Liu Yang

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

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Community Support

Hi  @JustinDoh1 ,

If you want to place [Skill Mix % All] in the matrix and the TOTAL value shows [Skill Mix % Total Rest], you can consider creating measure, using the IF() + HASONEVALUE() function, to determine if it's a Total or not, and if it is, you can do the calculations according to your own needs, such as Average. Sum and so on. Because measure is incorrect in Total is a relatively common scenario, measure follows the context of the "Total" row and is calculated in that context. As a result, measures used in the columns of a table visualization may have unexpected values in the "Total" column.

``````Measure =
IF(
HASONEVALUE('vw_Ocuupancy'[Provider_Name]),[Skill Mix % All],[Skill Mix % Total Rest])``````
``````Measure 2 =
IF(
HASONEVALUE('vw_Ocuupancy'[Provider_Name]),[Occupancy % All],[Occupancy % Total Rest])``````

Best Regards,

Liu Yang

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

Post Prodigy

Thank you for your help again.

Can I ask you one more question?

Your DAX formula worked for visuals in "Actual" and "Budget" tabs, but I am not sure how to make it work in "Variance" tab:

I have uploaded my latest PBI file here:

Do these measures not work because Variance is populated by calculation, not by its own Fact table?

Thanks.

Post Prodigy

This is brilliant. I will dig into this approach. Thank you!

Super User

You had dragged the wrong measure to the Table visual.  Drag the ones that you have to the card visuals.

Hope this helps.

Regards,
Ashish Mathur
http://www.ashishmathur.com

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