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## Slicer

I had two tables having lat and longs.. since we cant use two different tables lat longs on a sinle map
So I had appended the table.. and using those lat longs on a map with differenating with a legend
Now the problem is
I have a slicer called location
in that I have A,B,C, D and NA (because this from other table which is appended)
Whenever I am selcting A from slicer these are being shown on map but the NA's realted points getting removed
Can we show these NA points on map without selecting NA from slicer
how to do it
OR IF I Select A along with A show NA points on map
Or If I select B  along with B show NA points on map
Or If I select C  along with C show NA points on map
Or If I select D  along with D show NA points on map

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Super User

@shivarajapras , Create an independent/disconnected table for location. And then create measures like

calculate([Your measure], filter(Table, Table[Location] in Values(Location[Location]) || Table[Location]= "NA") )

Need of an Independent/disconnected Table in Power BI - Exclude: https://youtu.be/lOEW-YUrAbE

Community Support

Based on the solution @amitchandak provided, if you don't have measure, you can try the modify it to the following

``````Measure =
IF (
SELECTEDVALUE ( Table[Location] )
IN VALUES ( Location[Location] )
|| SELECTEDVALUE ( Table[Location] ) = "NA",
1,
0
)
``````

Then put it to the visual filter.

Best Regards!

Yolo Zhu

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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Community Support

Based on the solution @amitchandak provided, if you don't have measure, you can try the modify it to the following

``````Measure =
IF (
SELECTEDVALUE ( Table[Location] )
IN VALUES ( Location[Location] )
|| SELECTEDVALUE ( Table[Location] ) = "NA",
1,
0
)
``````

Then put it to the visual filter.

Best Regards!

Yolo Zhu

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

Frequent Visitor

@amitchandak CURRENTLY NOT USING ANY MEASURE

calculate([Your measure], filter(Table, Table[Location] in Values(Location[Location]) || Table[Location]= "NA") )

Super User

@shivarajapras , Create an independent/disconnected table for location. And then create measures like

calculate([Your measure], filter(Table, Table[Location] in Values(Location[Location]) || Table[Location]= "NA") )

Need of an Independent/disconnected Table in Power BI - Exclude: https://youtu.be/lOEW-YUrAbE

Frequent Visitor

Can any one pl help any solution

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