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Multiple filters in 1 visual

Hi there,


I have a chart in which I want two different filters in 1 chart.


Chart 1 has a filter on Stats IN (3,4,5), while chart 2 has a filter on Status IN (1,2).

However: the last column in chart 2 must multiply the 'Uren per wens' values from chart 1 by the 'Aantal wensen' values from chart 2.

How can this be achieved? The values in the last column of chart 2 are always filtered in Status IN (1,2) and that's not what I want.

Community Support
Community Support

Hi @RemkoS ,


>>However: the last column in chart 2 must multiply the 'Uren per wens' values from chart 1 by the 'Aantal wensen' values from chart 2.


I am not sure what desired result would you want, could you please share your sample data and desired output screenshots for further analysis? You can also upload sample pbix to OneDrive and post the link here. Do mask sensitive data before uploading.


Please read this post to get your answer quickly: How to Get Your Question Answered Quickly.


Best Regards,


Super User
Super User

@RemkoS - You will need to use something like ALL or ALLEXCEPT to break out of filter context. However, the specifics are unclear to me as I do not know if "Aantal wensen" and "Uren per wens" are measures or columns or what kind of aggregation you are using if columns for example. If columns and using a SUM aggregation, then something like this might work:

Measure =
  VAR __num1 = SUM([Uren per wens])
  VAR __Categorie = MAX([Categorie])
  VAR __num2 = CALCULATE(SUM([Uren per wens]),FILTER(ALL('Table'),[Categorie]=__Categorie && [Status] IN { 3, 4, 5 }))
  __num1 * __num2

But overall, Not really enough information to go on, please first check if your issue is a common issue listed here:

Also, please see this post regarding How to Get Your Question Answered Quickly:

The most important parts are:
1. Sample data as text, use the table tool in the editing bar
2. Expected output from sample data
3. Explanation in words of how to get from 1. to 2.




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@RemkoS , In this I think measure filter will be better



calculate([Antel Wensen], filter(Table, Table[Stats] IN (3,4,5))) //Measure for Table 1

calculate([Antel Wensen], filter(Table, Table[Stats] IN (1,2))) //Measure for Table 2


Now to get the over all values

calculate([Antel Wensen], filter(allselected(Table), Table[Stats] IN (3,4,5))) // overall with all selected


calculate([Antel Wensen], filter(all(Table), Table[Stats] IN (3,4,5)))  // ignore all flter


Now the last one can be used every if use set of visual by separated   by slicer using interactions






Thanks Amitchandak! But for some reaso I cannot select all colums in my measure.
I can only select other measures.

This is probably a beginners mistake or misunderstanding but it limits me at this time.

Can you explain why I cannot select values other than measures?

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