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termini
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RANK, TOP N - CORRECT SUM IN THE TABLE

Hi All,

Please help me with the correct sum in the table. While using rank I would like to see sum only for selected products. Thx. SCREEN_PBI.JPG

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termini
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I have managed with it already by such measure:

CORRECT SUM = if(int([HAS_ONE_VALUE_?])=1,[RANK IF],SUMX(VALUES(Table1[product]),[RANK IF]))

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termini
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I have managed with it already by such measure:

CORRECT SUM = if(int([HAS_ONE_VALUE_?])=1,[RANK IF],SUMX(VALUES(Table1[product]),[RANK IF]))
Shaurya
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Hi @termini,

 

I am not exactly sure why you are using the TopN table but I used these formulas to replicate your data:

 

Rank by Sales = RANKX('Table','Table'[Value],,DESC)

 

Rank If = IF('Table'[Rank by Sales]<=3,'Table'[Value])

 

I used these two along with the Product and Value column and got the right total.

 

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unfortunatelly this measure 

Rank by Sales = RANKX('Table','Table'[Value],,DESC)

gives me rank of 1 in each line (for each product)

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Hi , @termini 

For your rankx , you need to use this dax :

Rank by Sales= RANKX( ALL('Table'[product]) ,CALCULATE( SUM('Table'[val])),,DESC)

 

Best Regards,

Aniya Zhang

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