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## Slicer with several inclusions

Dear community,

Table "DL":

I am trying to set-up an indicator regarding delays (nammed Delay 1 above):

T15 : delays from 15 min

T60 : delays from 60 min

T180 : delays from 180 min

Thus, T15 includes T60 and T180, and so T60 includes T180.

The idea is to show the number of delays via slicer :

First of all, how can I test each Delay 1 to know whether it belongs to T180 and the others? I tried =IF(DL[Delay 1]>HOUR(3);"T180";"0"), but there is an issue with the condition.

Then assuming I can filter all Delays >180, >60 and >15, how can I include T60 into T15 and T180 into T60, so that when I tick the T15 in the slicer above, I get T15, T60 and T180 ?

Best regards,

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@Green_Boby,

Firstly, create the following columns in DL table.

`Min>180 = IF(DL[Minutes]-180>=0,1,0)`
`Minutes = HOUR(DL[Delay 1])*60+MINUTE(DL[Delay 1])`
`Min>15 = IF(DL[Minutes]-15>-0,1,0)`
`Min>60 = IF(DL[Minutes]-60>=0,1,0)`
`Type = IF(DL[Min>180]=1,"T180,T60,T15",IF(DL[Min>60]=1,"T60,T15",IF(DL[Min>15]=1,"T15",BLANK())))`

Secondly, create a new table as follows, please note that there is no relationship between the new table and DL table.

Thirdly, create the following measure in DL table.

`checkmeasure = IF(ISERROR(SEARCH(FIRSTNONBLANK(Table1[Type],1),FIRSTNONBLANK(DL[Type],1))),1,0)`

At last, drag checkmeasure to the first table visual and set its value to 0. This way, when you create slicer using Type field of new table and use the slicer to filter the table visual, you can get expected result.

Regards,
Lydia

Community Support Team _ Lydia Zhang
If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.
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Employee

@Green_Boby,

Firstly, create the following columns in DL table.

`Min>180 = IF(DL[Minutes]-180>=0,1,0)`
`Minutes = HOUR(DL[Delay 1])*60+MINUTE(DL[Delay 1])`
`Min>15 = IF(DL[Minutes]-15>-0,1,0)`
`Min>60 = IF(DL[Minutes]-60>=0,1,0)`
`Type = IF(DL[Min>180]=1,"T180,T60,T15",IF(DL[Min>60]=1,"T60,T15",IF(DL[Min>15]=1,"T15",BLANK())))`

Secondly, create a new table as follows, please note that there is no relationship between the new table and DL table.

Thirdly, create the following measure in DL table.

`checkmeasure = IF(ISERROR(SEARCH(FIRSTNONBLANK(Table1[Type],1),FIRSTNONBLANK(DL[Type],1))),1,0)`

At last, drag checkmeasure to the first table visual and set its value to 0. This way, when you create slicer using Type field of new table and use the slicer to filter the table visual, you can get expected result.

Regards,
Lydia

Community Support Team _ Lydia Zhang
If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.
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Thank you very much! Your solution works like a charm!

Have a great day

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