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IPGeorgiev
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RankX - questions - Rank based on measure from another table

Hi All,

 

I would like to ask for some help and will really appreciate it!

 

Basically I have one table(Table 1) which has the following columns

 

  • employee names
  • Supervisor name

 

I have another table (Table 2) which has raw data for each employee and the following columns:

 

  • Employee name
  • Date
  • Type of contact
  • Program sub groups
  • Positive reponeses
  • Negative responses

 

I have table 3  which has

 

  • Program sub groups
  • Program goups ( basically few sub groups will have the same group and for exmaple 10 sub groups will form only 2 groups)

 

Out of table 2 I have added a measure to show the % of positive reponses – Positive% = Positive responses/(positive reponses+negative responses)

 

Then I create a pivot which will have as rows  Supervisor name and as a value the Postive%

 

Now I want to add a second column (under values) which will rank those supervisors based on the postive% - the highest should get RANK 1 etc.

 

I will also want to filter the matrix to include only specific groups. 

 

Do you have any ideas how to achieve this?

 

Many thanks in advance!

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IPGeorgiev
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Any ideas anyone? 

Greg_Deckler
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@IPGeorgiev Check out https://community.powerbi.com/t5/Quick-Measures-Gallery/To-Bleep-with-RANKX/m-p/1042520#M452

 

Otherwise not really enough to go on. Sorry, having trouble following, can you post sample data as text and expected output?
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Also, please see this post regarding How to Get Your Question Answered Quickly: https://community.powerbi.com/t5/Community-Blog/How-to-Get-Your-Question-Answered-Quickly/ba-p/38490

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Hi @Greg_Deckler ,

 

I will try to simplify it, thanks for your time!

 

Table 1

 

Employee NameDateTypePositive responsesNegative responses
agent17/22/2021Billing15
agent17/22/2021Payment20
agent17/22/2021Charge50
agent27/22/2021Billing41
agent27/22/2021Payment60
agent27/22/2021Charge21
agent37/22/2021Billing42
agent37/22/2021Payment10
agent37/22/2021Charge103
agent47/22/2021Billing41
agent47/22/2021Payment20
agent47/22/2021Charge60
agent57/22/2021Billing30
agent57/22/2021Payment53
agent57/22/2021Charge22
agent67/22/2021Billing81
agent67/22/2021Payment60
agent67/22/2021Charge70
agent77/22/2021Billing40
agent77/22/2021Payment61
agent77/22/2021Charge21
agent87/22/2021Billing41
agent87/22/2021Payment71
agent87/22/2021Charge82
agent97/22/2021Billing30
agent97/22/2021Payment51
agent97/22/2021Charge70
agent107/22/2021Billing90
agent107/22/2021Payment50
agent107/22/2021Charge41

 

Table 2

 

Employee NameSupervisorName
agent1Supervisor1
agent2Supervisor2
agent3Supervisor3
agent4Supervisor1
agent5Supervisor2
agent6Supervisor3
agent7Supervisor1
agent8Supervisor2
agent9Supervisor3
agent10Supervisor1

 

There is a relationship between those two tables on EmployeeName level - Many to One

 

There is a measure in Table 1 :

 

Positive% = SUM(Table1[Positive responses]/(Table1[Postive responses]+Table1[Negative respnonses])

 

The final output should look like this:

 

Row LabelsSum of Positive responsesSum of Negative responses Positive%Rank
Supervisor15090.8474576272
Supervisor241110.7884615383
Supervisor35170.879310345

1

 

Ranking here is with the following logic -the higher the Postive% the better - so the Supervisor whose team has the highest Postivie% should be first. 

 

Many thanks in advance!

 

Best regards,

Ivan

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