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Helper I

## Marcar valor máximo de una matriz

Hola, Me surge una duda.

Tengo la siguiente tabla:

con las medidas:

%LotX = CALCULATE(MAX(Tabla), FILTER(Tabla, Columna="X"))
MaxLotX = if ([%LotX] = calculate(Maxx(values(Tabla),[%LotX]), REMOVEFILTERS(Tabla)), "Orangered""Blank")

La cuestión es que se tiene que resaltar el % más alto (19,98%), que es la suma de varios importes.
Creo que ahora solo me esta resaltando quien tiene el importe más alto. Como deberia poner en la expresión que me coja el Máximo del Sumatorio??

Gracias.
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Community Support

Are you referring to the fact that the maximum in LO1 should be 120,000, but the red label is on 110,000?

You need to change Max() to the Sum() function, otherwise the maximum data of the current grouping will be displayed, not the added data.

``%Lo1 = CALCULATE(SUM(Principal[Amount]), FILTER(ALL(Principal), 'Principal'[Prov]=MAX('Principal'[Prov])&&Principal[Lo]="LO 1"))``

Best Regards,

Liu Yang

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Community Support

Are you referring to the fact that the maximum in LO1 should be 120,000, but the red label is on 110,000?

You need to change Max() to the Sum() function, otherwise the maximum data of the current grouping will be displayed, not the added data.

``%Lo1 = CALCULATE(SUM(Principal[Amount]), FILTER(ALL(Principal), 'Principal'[Prov]=MAX('Principal'[Prov])&&Principal[Lo]="LO 1"))``

Best Regards,

Liu Yang

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

Community Support

You can try the following dax:

``````MaxLotX =
IF(
[%LotX]=
MAXX(
ALLSELECTED('Table'),[%LotX]), "Orangered", "Blank"
)``````

The link to the file you posted shows that it has been deleted after clicking on it, and the DAX on it is written based on the sample data you gave.

Best Regards,

Liu Yang

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

Helper I

Lo puedes probar ahora??

https://file.io/dqEM4kpkju56

He probado tu solución pero no funciona.

Gracias.

Super User

Aggregate Amounts by Prov

TotalAmountByProv = SUM('YourTableName'[Amount])

Use the measure in the visual. Then

1. Conditional formatting > Background color.
2. Select Color by rules.

Provide a sample dataset of the pbix file if possible. I will try to solve your problem.

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Helper I

Como te puedo adjuntar el archivo .pbix??

Saludos.

Super User

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Helper I

Aqui tienes el archivo:

https://file.io/EmhPwhcCdoEL

Helper I

Hola, Lo has podido revisar?

Gracias.

Super User

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Helper I
Super User

First, ensure that you have a column or measure that sums the amounts you are interested in. Let's call this column or measure TotalSum. Then review the first dax

%LotX = CALCULATE(SUM(Table[TotalSum]), FILTER(Table, Table[Column]="X"))

This formula will sum up the TotalSum column (or measure) for rows where [column]="X".

MaxLotX = IF([%LotX] = CALCULATE(MAXX(VALUES(Table[TotalSum]), [%LotX]), REMOVEFILTERS(Table)), "Orangered", "Blank")

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Helper I

Hola, no me funciona. Quiza me he explicado mal.

Tengo la siguiente tabla matriz:

 Prov Importe A 155.000 B 200.000 C 119.000

Ahora mismo me resalta los 155k ya que es el valor máximo de la tabla principal, pero necesito resaltar los 200k ya que es la suma de 3 valores de la columna. Es decir, en la tabla principal tengo lo siguiente:

 Prov Importe A 155.000 B 50.000 B 50.000 B 100.000 C 119.000

Como ves, el importe más alto de la columna Importe es 155k pero el que tiene la suma de los importes más altos es el B con un total de 200k.

Como lo puedo solucionar para marcar los 200K en vez de los 155k?

Muchas gracias.

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