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Helper I
Helper I

Slicer Not Affecting Measure

I've read a lot of articles out there on this, and just can't seem to find a solution.


This is what I'm doing.  I am calculating an employee attrition rate.  My users want to be able to slice it be time type (Full time, part time, per diem) and by termination type (voluntary, involuntary).  I have these as slicers on my page.


The calculation is terminations (count is affected by filters above) divided by the average of (the beginning of the period [e.g., Nov 1] and the end of the period [e.g., Nov 30]).  


The begining of the period (BoP) is affected by the filter, so I had to add a DAX clause to ignore the filter - has to do with how the data is store; the same is true for the end of the period (EoP).  I finally got those to be appropriately unaffected by the slicer filter.  When I drop in my terminations measure, it does not change with the slicer filter.  When I put that same measure in a different visual on the same page, it filters just fine.  So, I believe the problem lies in how I got my BoP and EoP to ignore the filter.


Here is the language for the BoP:

BoP Employees =
VAR _bop = MIN(dimDate[Date])
VAR _eop = MAX(dimDate[Date])
VAR _bopemps =
    dimWorker[Hire Date]<=_bop &&
    (dimWorker[Term Date]>=_bop || ISBLANK(dimWorker[Term Date]))
RETURN _bopemps
I then added another measure to ignore the termination type:
BoP Employees (Ignore Filter) =
CALCULATE([BoP Employees],
ALL(dimWorker[CF EE Termination Voluntary/Involuntary])
The EoP looks the same.
Is there some DAX language I can put in my Terminations measure to have it use those filters?
Here is the current measure:
Terminations (Dynamic) =
VAR _bop = MIN(dimDate[Date])
VAR _eop = MAX(dimDate[Date])
VAR _terms =
    (dimWorker[Term Date]>=_bop && dimWorker[Term Date]<=_eop)
RETURN _terms
I tried to create this measure to use the filters, but it doesn't work:
Terminations (All Selected) =
CALCULATE([Terminations (Dynamic)],
ALLSELECTED(dimWorker[CF EE Termination Voluntary/Involuntary],(dimWorker[Time Type]))
Super User
Super User

Hello @Decal,


Can you please try this:

Terminations (All Selected) =
VAR _bop = MIN(dimDate[Date])
VAR _eop = MAX(dimDate[Date])
    [Terminations (Dynamic)],
    ALLSELECTED(dimWorker[CF EE Termination Voluntary/Involuntary]),
    ALLSELECTED(dimWorker[Time Type])

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I appreciate the attempt, but unfortunately that did not work.   The number should have moved from where it is a 22 for my sample month to 19.  Instead it moved up to to 74.  

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