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Returning max value from a table

Hi Everyone, seek some help. i have a table of figures such as below. i intend to have a measure which would identify the tank with the highest receipt quantity. Thereafter i will use 'Card' to always display the tank with the highest value.

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Super User

@nbff , Assume receipt is a measure , try a measure like

CALCULATE(max(Table[Tank]),TOPN(1,all(Table[Tank]),[Receipts ],DESC),VALUES(Table[Tank]))

refer video : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QIVEFp-QiOk

Community Support

Hi @nbff ,

You can also try this to show Tank and Receipts together in a card:

1. If [Receipts (L)] is a Measure.

``````Tank with the highest value =
MAXX (
TOPN ( 1, ALLSELECTED ( 'YourTable'[Tank] ), [Receipts (L)], DESC ),
[Tank] & " - " & [Receipts (L)]
)
``````

2. If [Receipts (L)] is a Column.

``````Tank with the highest value =
MAXX (
TOPN (
1,
SUMMARIZE (
'YourTable',
'YourTable'[Tank],
"Receipts_", SUM ( 'YourTable'[Receipts (L)] )
),
[Receipts_], DESC
),
[Tank] & "-" & [Receipts_]
)
``````

Best Regards,

Icey

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Community Support

Hi @nbff ,

You can also try this to show Tank and Receipts together in a card:

1. If [Receipts (L)] is a Measure.

``````Tank with the highest value =
MAXX (
TOPN ( 1, ALLSELECTED ( 'YourTable'[Tank] ), [Receipts (L)], DESC ),
[Tank] & " - " & [Receipts (L)]
)
``````

2. If [Receipts (L)] is a Column.

``````Tank with the highest value =
MAXX (
TOPN (
1,
SUMMARIZE (
'YourTable',
'YourTable'[Tank],
"Receipts_", SUM ( 'YourTable'[Receipts (L)] )
),
[Receipts_], DESC
),
[Tank] & "-" & [Receipts_]
)
``````

Best Regards,

Icey

If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

Super User

@nbff , Assume receipt is a measure , try a measure like

CALCULATE(max(Table[Tank]),TOPN(1,all(Table[Tank]),[Receipts ],DESC),VALUES(Table[Tank]))

refer video : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QIVEFp-QiOk

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