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Anonymous
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Modify Dax measure to include multiple selected cities

Hi Experts

 

How can i change the following DAX measure so if i select mulitple cities on my slicers they are reflected in the title in the graph...

Dynamic Title (Congestion) =
VAR Result = "Congestion Delay Index:"&" "&SELECTEDVALUE(DimCongestionCity[City])
Return
 Result
 
the above measure does not work if i select more than one city from the sclier...ie the city name section is blank
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Anonymous
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worked it out 

Dynamic Title (Congestion) =
VAR Result = "Congestion Delay Index:"&" "&CONCATENATEX(DimCongestionCity,DimCongestionCity[City]," ,")
Return
 Result

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pratyashasamal
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Hi @Anonymous , 
Please try to use ALLSELECTED function .
For example :- 

AllSelected = CALCULATE(SUM(Orders[Sales]) ,ALLSELECTED(Orders[Product Category]))

Please refer to the link :-

https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/dax/allselected-function-dax

Thanks ,
Pratyasha Samal 
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Anonymous
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HI pratyashasamal  this a title measure - not sure how i intergrate allselected into my measure???? based on slicer selection

Anonymous
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worked it out 

Dynamic Title (Congestion) =
VAR Result = "Congestion Delay Index:"&" "&CONCATENATEX(DimCongestionCity,DimCongestionCity[City]," ,")
Return
 Result

Hi @Anonymous ,
So sorry i misunderstood .
Please try this once :-
For example :-

Multi_Months = CONCATENATEX ( VALUES ( financials[Month] ) , [Month] , ",")
Thanks,
Pratyasha Samal
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