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## How to show percentage range count by subcategory

I have calculated the count under the percentage range Using these two measures:-

1. Pareto % Range =

SWITCH (

TRUE,

[Pareto % top n rev Time] <= 0.20, "A",

[Pareto % top n rev Time]>0.20 && [Pareto % top n rev Time]<=0.40,"B",

[Pareto % top n rev Time]>0.40 && [Pareto % top n rev Time]<=0.80,"C",

[Pareto % top n rev Time]>0.80 && [Pareto % top n rev Time]<=1,"D"

)
2.

Filter Class pareto SKU = Var TopSKURAnge = SELECTEDVALUE('Top SKU'[Top SKU Range])

Var CurrentSelection = SELECTEDVALUE(Class[Column1])

Var BudStatus = [Pareto % Range]

Return

SWITCH(

TRUE(),

TopSKURAnge = "0-20%" && CurrentSelection = "A" && BudStatus = "A",1,

TopSKURAnge = "20-40%" &&CurrentSelection = "B" && BudStatus = "B",1,

TopSKURAnge = "40-80%" &&CurrentSelection = "C" && BudStatus = "C",1,

TopSKURAnge = "80-100%" &&CurrentSelection = "D" && BudStatus = "D",1,

0)

I got this result using these two measures :

But I wanted to show same count by each category and sub_category in this percentage range but there is no relationship between my category class table and dim_product table so it looking like this

Want final result like this

 Sub_category A B C Beef 1 4 28 Chicken 3 6 55 Frozen Pastry 1 9 Frozen processed vegetable 1 Mutton 3 Planed Based 1 1 Seafood 1 3 Turkey 1 5 Total 4 13 92

Help me out if you know

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Community Support

The result you provided seems disapper. What does your sourece data look like?

Sorry for that the information you have provided is not making the problem clear to me. Can you please share more details to help us clarify your scenario?

Refer to:

How to provide sample data in the Power BI Forum

Best Regards,

Jianbo Li

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New Member

still, I am unable to show the count by category

New Member

I wanted to show ABC classification by subcategory  mentioned in last table

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