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Helper I

## Show text in a matrix based on a filter

Hello

I'm trying to build a matrix with some information in it. Now I'm stucked in a text filter. I need the matrix to show me differents values depending on the expansion of the first column (Name):

General view:

Name expanded:

So I need the matrix to show me in the general view, the actions commited that have the max percentage in the Total Percentage (in this case is 1/1). The column Actions Commited has string values.

This is the Dax Measure that I'm using right now:

Actions Committed =
IF(ISFILTERED('Table1'[Name]),IF(ISFILTERED('Table1'[Incidents]),MAX('Table1'[Actions Commited]),MAX('Table1'[Actions Commited])))

I think that the bold part of the dax measure is wrong. Can you help me to figure this out please?

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Super User

@ManuSacchetti So maybe this?

``````Actions Committed MM3TR&R =
IF(
ISINSCOPE('Table1'[Incidents]),
[Actions Committed],
VAR __Table = SUMMARIZE('Table1',[Name],[Incidents],"AC",[Actions Committed],"Per",[Total Percentage])
VAR __Max = MAXX(__Table,[Per])
RETURN
MAXX(FILTER(__Table,[Per] = __Max),[AC])
)``````

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Helper I

@Greg_Deckler no! the second screenshot is ok. The problem is in the first screenshot with the column "Actions Commited" because it has to show the string "1/1" because is the string that has the maximum percentage of the column "Total Percentage" (you can see this in the second screenshot).

Here you have another example:

General view:

Expanded view:

Super User

@ManuSacchetti So maybe this?

``````Actions Committed MM3TR&R =
IF(
ISINSCOPE('Table1'[Incidents]),
[Actions Committed],
VAR __Table = SUMMARIZE('Table1',[Name],[Incidents],"AC",[Actions Committed],"Per",[Total Percentage])
VAR __Max = MAXX(__Table,[Per])
RETURN
MAXX(FILTER(__Table,[Per] = __Max),[AC])
)``````

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Helper I

@Greg_Deckler you are a genius!!! it worked! thank you for your patience!!!

Super User

@ManuSacchetti Woot!

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Helper I

@Greg_Deckler i dont have problems with the position I'm in the matrix. I'm having problems with the value I want to show in the matrix in the general view

Super User

@ManuSacchetti So in the second screenshot you only want the Consume alimentos row to show?? If that is the case, you could potentially solve that by doing an SUMMARIZE over ALL where you summarize by your matrix hierarchy elements and include your measure as part of the summarization. Then you would grab the max value from that and compare with your row value and if they are the same, return the % and if not return BLANK. Hard to be super specific without sample data and a clear explanation of what you are trying to achieve.

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Super User

@ManuSacchetti Use ISINSCOPE to determine where you are in the matrix and return values accordingly.

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