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Maikeru
Helper II
Helper II

RANKX with condition

Hi,

 

I am trying to create a RANKX measure on customers meeting a certain revenue conditions.

 

 

Rank top 100 = 
VAR Customer_list = 
FILTER(
ALLSELECTED(Revenue[Customer]), 
[Revenue total] < 50000000 && [Revenue total] > 30000000
)

VAR RANK_DESC = 
RANKX(
FILTER(ALLSELECTED(Revenue[Customer]), Revenue[Customer] IN Customer_list),
[Revenue total],
,
DESC)

RETURN
IF (ISINSCOPE(Revenue[Customer]),
IF(RANK_DESC <= 100, RANK_DESC, BLANK()),
BLANK()
)

 

 

 

However the measure would still evaluate customers which do not meet the criteria.

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The dataset is a standard sales transactional table: date, customer, revenue.

 

Any ideas would be appreciated.

 

Best regards.

 

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amitchandak
Super User
Super User
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amitchandak
Super User
Super User

Thanks @amitchandak., for the articles. 
The trick to use CONCATENEX is very useful. Now I understand better the inner mechanics of RANKX.

I finally went for the RANKX applied on a filtered measure solution.

Pragati11
Super User
Super User

Hi @Maikeru ,

 

In your following DAX, can you use your "Customer_list" directly, rather using IN operator.

 Basically, rank your customer List and check. This should resolve the isssue.

VAR RANK_DESC = 
RANKX(
FILTER(ALLSELECTED(Revenue[Customer]), Revenue[Customer] IN Customer_list),
[Revenue total],
,
DESC)

  So, in above RANKX directly use CUSTOMER LIST.

 

If this helps and resolves the issue, appreciate a Kudos and mark it as a Solution! 🙂

 

Thanks,

Pragati

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Thanks @Pragati11.

 

I tried your idea, but the result was exactly the same.

    RANKX(
        FILTER(
            ALLSELECTED(Revenue[Customer]), 
            [Revenue total] < 50000000 && [Revenue total] > 30000000
            ),
        [Revenue total],
        ,
        DESC)

 

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