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romovaro
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Use USD only when Project Health is REd or Orange

HI

 

Trying to replicate the table below in Power BI

romovaro_1-1658494252700.png

 

I have a USD column and a Project Health column. (Values can be "Green", "Red", "Orange", etc...)

The idea is to show total USD in one row and create another mesure called risk where only USD with Project health (RED and ORANGE) are included and extra row for % vs the total.

Tried different formulas but not really working.

 

Risk = CALCULATE(SUM('Weekly Slippage'[USD], FILTER ('Weekly Slippage', 'Weekly Slippage'[Project Health]="Red" || 'Weekly Slippage'[Project Health]="Orange")))
 
any idea?
 
thanks and Happy weekend
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Anonymous
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@romovaro check the sum function. you didnt closed the sum function properly.

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Anonymous
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@romovaro Use

Risk = CALCULATE(SUM('Weekly Slippage'[USD], FILTER ('Weekly Slippage', 'Weekly Slippage'[Project Health] IN {"Red" ,"Orange"}))

HI Mohan

 

Thanks for your help

 

Tried your formula but I get an error:

romovaro_0-1658495127347.png

Too many arguments were passed to the SUM function. The maximum argument count for the function is 1.

Anonymous
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@romovaro check the sum function. you didnt closed the sum function properly.

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