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wilson_smyth
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Only displaying data if one value in slicer is selected

I have a clustered bar chart displaying a value for each category, category in this case is manager.

I have a slicer on manager dimension.

I only want data to display in the chart if one manager is selected in the slicer. Ive tried hasonefilter & hasonevalue but it does not work.

 

 

 

% Holidays taken = if(HASONEFILTER(manager[MangerName]), SUMX(EmployeeHolidays, EmployeeHolidays[HolidaysTaken]) /SUMX(EmployeeHolidays,EmployeeHolidays[Holidays allowed]),blank())

 

 

Even if two managers are selected & hasOneFilter is FALSE, the chart still shows a column for each manager.

Is it possible to limit the chart to just one column and show nothing if multiple managers are selected?

Below link is a working example, demonstrating the issue.
Thanks for any expertise provided.

 

https://1drv.ms/u/s!AgldA0VQfPV9hNA0nmyWWnaHDd8sVw

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Zubair_Muhammad
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@wilson_smyth

 

try adding this calculated column in your "Employee Holidays" table

 

then use this in your chart instead of managerName from manager table

 

ManagerName = RELATED(manager[MangerName])

Regards
Zubair

Please try my custom visuals

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Zubair_Muhammad
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@wilson_smyth

 

try adding this calculated column in your "Employee Holidays" table

 

then use this in your chart instead of managerName from manager table

 

ManagerName = RELATED(manager[MangerName])

Regards
Zubair

Please try my custom visuals

@wilson_smyth

 

File attached as well

 

Basically the formula is evaluated individually for each Axis/Row field
So for individual bar of the chart, the hasonefilter condition is TRUE although collectively it might not be TRUE

 

Thats why we could replace the Axiscolumn in the chart from ManagersTable[ManagerName] to EmployeeHolidays[ManagerName] and get the desired results

 

 

 

 


Regards
Zubair

Please try my custom visuals

Hi.


Thanks for the response.

That works well, thanks for the help!


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