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Anonymous
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Overall Sum for existing Measure

Hi Team,

 

I have done below measure_1 based on multiple if condition, now I want the overall sum of measure_1.

 

 

 

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Thanks,

Udt_KV

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amitchandak
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@Anonymous , measure like

Assume product 1 and product 2 are measures then
a new measure = if([Product 1] > 25 || [product 2] >13,1,0)

 

then to add

sumx( values(Table[Market]), [New measure])

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amitchandak
Super User
Super User

@Anonymous , measure like

Assume product 1 and product 2 are measures then
a new measure = if([Product 1] > 25 || [product 2] >13,1,0)

 

then to add

sumx( values(Table[Market]), [New measure])

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