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## How to do complex conditional formatting

Hello Guys, I have face an issues based on conditional formatting. Hope you can help

What I plan to do know is, when I click on "believe" (shown as 1 below), the highest number in the table should show th darkest red, and smallest number should show lightest red

On the other side, when i click on "not believe" (shown as 2 below), the highest number in the table should show darkest green, else, lightest green

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Hi @YongZhao ,

As a workaround, You could create a measure, define color intervals, and apply it to conditional formatting.

For example, here I define three intervals.

``````Measure =
var _max=MAXX(FILTER(ALLSELECTED('Table'),[Type]=MAX('Table'[Type])),[Value])
var _value=SUM('Table'[Value])
var _red=SWITCH(TRUE(),_value>0&&_value<=_max/3,"#FDC2C2",_value>_max/3&&_value<=_max/3*2,"#FD6E6E",_value>_max/3*2&&_value<=_max,"#FD0000")
var _green=SWITCH(TRUE(),_value>0&&_value<=_max/3,"#CCFECC",_value>_max/3&&_value<=_max/3*2,"#86F986",_value>_max/3*2&&_value<=_max,"#00FF00")
return SWITCH(SELECTEDVALUE('Table (2)'[Believe or Not believe]),"Believe",_red,"Not Believe",_green)``````

Click the "fx" under the cell elements.

Select Based on the measure I created.

Best Regards,

Stephen Tao

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

Community Support

Hi @YongZhao ,

As a workaround, You could create a measure, define color intervals, and apply it to conditional formatting.

For example, here I define three intervals.

``````Measure =
var _max=MAXX(FILTER(ALLSELECTED('Table'),[Type]=MAX('Table'[Type])),[Value])
var _value=SUM('Table'[Value])
var _red=SWITCH(TRUE(),_value>0&&_value<=_max/3,"#FDC2C2",_value>_max/3&&_value<=_max/3*2,"#FD6E6E",_value>_max/3*2&&_value<=_max,"#FD0000")
var _green=SWITCH(TRUE(),_value>0&&_value<=_max/3,"#CCFECC",_value>_max/3&&_value<=_max/3*2,"#86F986",_value>_max/3*2&&_value<=_max,"#00FF00")
return SWITCH(SELECTEDVALUE('Table (2)'[Believe or Not believe]),"Believe",_red,"Not Believe",_green)``````

Click the "fx" under the cell elements.

Select Based on the measure I created.

Best Regards,

Stephen Tao

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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