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Helper IV

## MULTIPLE MEASURE MAX

Hi ,

I am new to Power BI .

I have created few measures like this.

TCr1516 = CALCULATE(SUM('PROD_CABLE'[TOTAL CR])+0,PROD_CABLE[YEAR]="20152016") // to calculate total of year 20152016
TCr1617 = CALCULATE(SUM('PROD_CABLE'[TOTAL CR])+0,PROD_CABLE[YEAR]="20162017") // to calculate total of year 20162017
TCr1718 = CALCULATE(SUM('PROD_CABLE'[TOTAL CR])+0,PROD_CABLE[YEAR]="20172018")// to calculate total of year 20172018
TCr1819 = CALCULATE(SUM('PROD_CABLE'[TOTAL CR])+0,PROD_CABLE[YEAR]="20182019") // to calculate total of year 20182019
TCr1920 = CALCULATE(SUM('PROD_CABLE'[TOTAL CR])+0,PROD_CABLE[YEAR]="20192020") // to calculate total of year 20192020

Is there any ways to find the max value of all this 5 measures in a single measure?

Regards

SRK

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Community Champion

Hi @srkase

Try this

``````Measure =
VAR __list = { [TCr1516], [TCr1617], [TCr1718], [TCr1819], [TCr1920] }
RETURN
MAXX( __list, [Value] )``````

Best Regards,
Mariusz

If this post helps, then please consider Accepting it as the solution.

Please feel free to connect with me.

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Frequent Visitor

I two measures, each on a separate card visual. Each card visual has separate filters applied. I want to get the max of the two measures after filters are applied. I have a third measure on it's own card visual that contains the DAX provided in this thread to show the max value between the two measures. However, when filters are selected that apply to both card visuals, the card reads 'blank', and when only filters selected that apply to one card visual, the minumim is shown. Why is this?

```Measure =
VAR __list = { [TCr1516], [TCr1617], [TCr1718], [TCr1819], [TCr1920] }
RETURN
MAXX( __list, [Value] )```

Anonymous
Not applicable

According to your description, you want to get the max/min among multiple columns. Right?

In this scenario, we need to unpivot the Column B, C,..., F, have them group on Column A. Then calculate the min value within Column A group. Now you can summarize Column A and the calculation into a new table and build the relationship with source table. Please refer to steps below:

1. Click on Column A, select "Unpivot Other Columns"

2. Then filter the empty rows.

3. Create the Min Value measure:

`Min Value = CALCULATE(MIN('Table5 (2)'[Value]),ALLEXCEPT('Table5 (2)','Table5 (2)'[Column A]))`

4. Create a calculated table:

`Table 2 = SUMMARIZE('Table5 (2)','Table5 (2)'[Column A],"Min Value",[Min Value])`

5. Build the relationship with source table source table.

Community Champion

Hi @srkase

Try this

``````Measure =
VAR __list = { [TCr1516], [TCr1617], [TCr1718], [TCr1819], [TCr1920] }
RETURN
MAXX( __list, [Value] )``````

Best Regards,
Mariusz

If this post helps, then please consider Accepting it as the solution.

Please feel free to connect with me.

Frequent Visitor

is there a way to return the name of the var i.e

`[TCr1920]`
Frequent Visitor

As what @Ro_  mentioned, is there a way to return the name of the measure instead of the value?

New Member

Hello,
Thanks for this it is very useful!

Is there a way to edit this DAX to return the Name of the measure that returned the lowest value as oppose to the value its self?

Thanks,
Ross

Helper IV

am getting an error message boss

Community Champion

Hi @srkase

Most likely it's your measure where you compare PROD_CABLE[YEAR]="20152016".

is PROD_CABLE[YEAR] formatted as text or number?

Best Regards,
Mariusz

If this post helps, then please consider Accepting it as the solution.

Please feel free to connect with me.

Helper IV

previously it is as wholenumber and now changed it as text.. it works now..

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