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Helper III
Helper III

How to display the strike rate of top 20 % Brokers based on premium from other table

I have two tables (Table  A and Table B) which don't have any relationship.



I want to dispaly the strike rate for the Brokers in each club year from table 2 against the Brokers who comes under the top 20 % of Prorata Net Premium  from table 1 in each club year.


Brokers Names are same on both the table.


Kindly help me on this.


Kind Regards

Amit Kumar

Community Support
Community Support

Hi @a4 ,


Could you kindly share some sample data and the expected result to have a clear understanding of your question? It can help me do some tests.

You can save your files in OneDrive, Google Drive, or any other cloud sharing platforms and share the link here.


Best Regards,


I have already shared a screenshot of the sample data. Please refer my first post.

Super User
Super User

@a4 , Try a measure like

measure =
var _bro = Filter(
ADDCOLUMNS(summarize(Table2,Table2[Broker],"Strike rate", Sum(Table2[Strike rate])),"_Top20"
IF( ISBLANK( [Strike rate] ),
IF( RANKX( ALL( Table2[Broker] ), [Strike rate], , DESC ) < ( CALCULATE( [Strike rate], ALL( Table2[Broker] ) ) * 0.2 ),
[Strike rate],
BLANK() ) )),not(isblank([_Top20])))

calculate(counrows(Table1), Table1[Broker] in _bro)

Hi @amitchandak 
Strike Rate and Prorata net Premium are measures.


Kind Regards

Amit Kumar


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