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## Measure greater than X value

Good day experts.

I want to create a metric in BI that counts purchase orders greater than X value, let's say \$500,000.

The table goes something like this:

 PURCHASE ORDER ARTICLE MATTER 1 A 108.000,00 1 B 270.000,00 2 C 395.000,00 2 D 132.000,00 3 A 588.000,00 3 B 108.000,00 4 C 390.000,00 5 D 390.000,00

The expected result in this case is 2, corresponding to purchase orders number 2 and 3.

Thanks a lot!

1 ACCEPTED SOLUTION
Super User

measure =

var _purchase = calculate(Sum(Table[MATTER]), filter(allselected(Table), Table[PURCHASE ORDER] = max(Table[PURCHASE ORDER]))

return

sumx(filter(values(Table[PURCHASE ORDER]), _purchase  >50000), calculate(Sum(Table[MATTER])) )

2 REPLIES 2

Excellent! Worked.

Thank you very much.

Super User

measure =

var _purchase = calculate(Sum(Table[MATTER]), filter(allselected(Table), Table[PURCHASE ORDER] = max(Table[PURCHASE ORDER]))

return

sumx(filter(values(Table[PURCHASE ORDER]), _purchase  >50000), calculate(Sum(Table[MATTER])) )

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