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Anonymous
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Ranking based on % measurment

Hello All,

 

I have created a grid below, with follwing measures

Max 5yr Dollar Price = MAX(DOLLAR_PRICE)
Min 5yr Dollar Price = Min(DOLLAR_PRICE)
Diff 5yr Dollar Price = MAX(DOLLAR_PRICE) -  Min(DOLLAR_PRICE)
Prct Change 5y Dollar Price = MAX(DOLLAR_PRICE) -  Min(DOLLAR_PRICE) / MAX(DOLLAR_PRICE)

I need to rank countries based on Prct Change 5y Dollar Price

Formula I used for Prct Change 5y Dollar Price =

Rank Country = RANKX(ALL('TableName'), [Prct Change 5yr Dollar Price] , , DESC)
Above Formula gices me 1 for every row

 

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Greg_Deckler
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Super User

I would make a couple of changes to your measures:

 

Max 5yr Dollar Price = MAX([DOLLAR_PRICE])

Min 5yr Dollar Price = Min([DOLLAR_PRICE])

Diff 5yr Dollar Price = [Max 5yr Dollar Price] -  [Min 5yr Dollar Price]

Prct Change 5y Dollar Price = DIVIDE(([Max 5yr Dollar Price] -  [Min 5yr Dollar Price]),[Max 5yr Dollar Price],0)

Rank = 
RANKX(ALL('Table24'[Country]),[Prct Change 5y Dollar Price])

All of those are just coding practice changes except for the RANKX.


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Greg_Deckler
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Super User

I would make a couple of changes to your measures:

 

Max 5yr Dollar Price = MAX([DOLLAR_PRICE])

Min 5yr Dollar Price = Min([DOLLAR_PRICE])

Diff 5yr Dollar Price = [Max 5yr Dollar Price] -  [Min 5yr Dollar Price]

Prct Change 5y Dollar Price = DIVIDE(([Max 5yr Dollar Price] -  [Min 5yr Dollar Price]),[Max 5yr Dollar Price],0)

Rank = 
RANKX(ALL('Table24'[Country]),[Prct Change 5y Dollar Price])

All of those are just coding practice changes except for the RANKX.


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Anonymous
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@Greg_Deckleryou are the man!

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