Hello PBi community,
I'm about to get mad about something (that looks very simple to me) that I would like to do and can't manage to implement.
I have a table with product prices that looks like this :
I would like my user to be able to select a product on a filter, a grade on another filter, and to be able to display a graph comparing the product price to a grade price.
How would you do that ?
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Hi @ma_ltei ,
If you want to filter out two different situations in the same table, it is very difficult. It is recommended that you create additional product tables and grade tables.
There'are no relationships among three tables.
Then create two measures.
Price filtered by grade = CALCULATE(SUM('Table'[price]),FILTER('Table',[grade] in ALLSELECTED('Grade'[grade])))
Price filtered by product = CALCULATE(SUM('Table'[price]),FILTER('Table',[product] in ALLSELECTED('Product'[product])))
Now you can compare as follows.
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