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santiagomur
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WHAT IF DYNAMIC COLUMN

I need to change ranges dynamically and compare them, the idea is to know what happens if we change the goals, how many people would meet or not. What I am trying to do is use "what if" to change the goals and see what happens.

 

EXP=IF([SALES]<SELECTEDVALUE([WHATIF1])&&[SALES]>=SELECTEDVALUE([WHATIF2]);"RANGE1";

              IF([SALES]<SELECTEDVALUE([WHATIF3])&&[SALES]>=SELECTEDVALUE([WHATIF4]);"RANGE2";"RANGE3")

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thnk Marcus, @mwegener 

 

Its perfect just what I needed😀, and if now I want to know how many are 1, 2 or 3 on cards😅

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Using measure may meet your needs.
 
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Hi @santiagomur ,

 

could you provide a sample pbix file?

 

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Marcus

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I can't but, i can give another example, i need to use the selectedvalue on a calculated column as simple like new

goal=table[sales]*selectedvalue(table_what_If[nowgoal] and see the result per row (table) not as a measure or in a card  

my problem is that when i try the value of the selectedvalue comes as blanck.

 

Hi @santiagomur ,

 

maybe this custom visual will help you ...

https://valq.com/

 

 

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Hi @santiagomur ,

 

calculated columns are not dynamic, but are only calculated when loading.

For dynamic calculations, you must use measures.

 

 

 

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thnk,  @mwegener 

 

and you know if it is  way to made a measure using if.

 

what i need to do is something like this 

 

whatif selectedvalue

whatif1: 2 whatif2=5  whatif3=10

 

column1: between 0 and 1 =  level0

column1: between 2 and 4 =  level1

column1: between 5 and 9 = level2

 

            colmn1    level

emp1       1          

emp2       2

emp3       8

Hi @santiagomur ,

 

look at this.

PBIX

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Marcus

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thnk Marcus, @mwegener 

 

Its perfect just what I needed😀, and if now I want to know how many are 1, 2 or 3 on cards😅

Count Level 0 = COUNTROWS ( FILTER ( VALUES ( 'Table'[Emp] ), [level] = 0 ) )


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