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MPICKETT
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Identify Duplicate with the Highest Value

Hello All -

I am attempting to use a calculated column to identify the duplicate rows with the highest value. I know how to do this in Excel, using the COUNTIFS function, however, I have been struggling to do this in DAX/Power BI.

My sample data looks like,Driver by Week and Mgr Stop Count.JPG

In another column, I would like to identify the rows that are the duplicates, based on Year.Wk, DriverName, with the highest value in Stops per Week.

The result would look as follows,

Driver by Week and Mgr Stop Count 2.JPG

Currently, I have the following Calculated Column, which is providing the wrong answer;

 
Driver Choice = CALCULATE (
COUNTROWS('Driver Relationship Table'),
FILTER (
'Driver Relationship Table',
'Driver Relationship Table'[Year.Wk] = EARLIER('Driver Relationship Table'[Year.Wk]) &&
'Driver Relationship Table'[DriverName] = EARLIER('Driver Relationship Table'[DriverName])&&
'Driver Relationship Table'[Num of Services] = CALCULATE(MAX('Driver Relationship Table'[Max Stops for Week & Driver]),FILTER('Driver Relationship Table','Driver Relationship Table'[Year.Wk]=EARLIER('Driver Relationship Table'[Year.Wk]) && 'Driver Relationship Table'[DriverName]=EARLIER('Driver Relationship Table'[DriverName])))
)
)
 
Any assistance on this would be helpful.
Thank you!
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BekahLoSurdo
Resolver IV
Resolver IV

Hi @MPICKETT,

 

Would this work?

 

Driver Choice = IF ( 
	CALCULATE ( 
		MAX ( 'Driver Relationship Table'[Stops per Week] ), 
		ALLEXCEPT ( 'Driver Relationship Table', 'Driver Relationship Table'[Year.Wk], 'Driver Relationship Table'[DriverName] )
	) = 'Driver Relationship Table'[Stops per Week], 
	1, 
	0
)

Best,

Bekah

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Yenolmedo10
Regular Visitor

how is this done in excel?

BekahLoSurdo
Resolver IV
Resolver IV

Hi @MPICKETT,

 

Would this work?

 

Driver Choice = IF ( 
	CALCULATE ( 
		MAX ( 'Driver Relationship Table'[Stops per Week] ), 
		ALLEXCEPT ( 'Driver Relationship Table', 'Driver Relationship Table'[Year.Wk], 'Driver Relationship Table'[DriverName] )
	) = 'Driver Relationship Table'[Stops per Week], 
	1, 
	0
)

Best,

Bekah

I knew I was overcomplicating things. That did the trick!

Thank you so much Bekah!

 

 

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