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mattthew
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Shape Map Legend Latest Year

I have a county shape map with a legend by year.  A county can have multiple values from different years (2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, etc).  How can I have the map show the latest year color?  It seems to color code based on the earliest year from what I can tell.  Thanks. 

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v-kelly-msft
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Hi @mattthew ,

 

Create a column similarly as below:

maxyear = MAXX(ALL(Table8a),'Table8a'[Year])

And you will see:

 

vkellymsft_2-1626330270573.png

 

For my sample .pbix file,pls see attached.

 

 

Best Regards,
Kelly

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Hi @v-kelly-msft , thanks for the reference.  This put me down a path of reviewing maxx and it looked like what I was seeking blogenterprisedna had documentation for.  

 

https://blog.enterprisedna.co/using-the-maxx-dax-function-in-power-bi-to-calculate-recent-values-in-...

 

For those not wanting to click on the url the solution is:

Max Date = 

VAR CurrentName = 'Dataset'[Name] 

 

RETURN

MAXX(

   FILTER( ALL('Dataset'), 'Dataset'[Name] = CurrentName ) , 

     'Dataset'[Date Taken]')

 

Then placing Max Date in the legend.  

 

Thanks Again!

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v-kelly-msft
Community Support
Community Support

Hi @mattthew ,

 

Create a column similarly as below:

maxyear = MAXX(ALL(Table8a),'Table8a'[Year])

And you will see:

 

vkellymsft_2-1626330270573.png

 

For my sample .pbix file,pls see attached.

 

 

Best Regards,
Kelly

Did I answer your question? Mark my post as a solution!

Hi @v-kelly-msft , thanks for the reference.  This put me down a path of reviewing maxx and it looked like what I was seeking blogenterprisedna had documentation for.  

 

https://blog.enterprisedna.co/using-the-maxx-dax-function-in-power-bi-to-calculate-recent-values-in-...

 

For those not wanting to click on the url the solution is:

Max Date = 

VAR CurrentName = 'Dataset'[Name] 

 

RETURN

MAXX(

   FILTER( ALL('Dataset'), 'Dataset'[Name] = CurrentName ) , 

     'Dataset'[Date Taken]')

 

Then placing Max Date in the legend.  

 

Thanks Again!

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