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## getting lowest value and highest value

Hi, I need to know how to get the lowest ShippingPrice and the highest ShippingPrice for a ProductID. Thanks

 ProductID ShippingPrice Lowest Price Highest Price 5 32.38 6 11.61 4 65.83 3 41.34 4 51.30 3 58.17 5 22.98 9 148.33 3 13.97 4 81.91 1 140.51 4 3.25 4 55.09 4 3.05 8 48.29 9 146.06 6 3.67 2 55.28 3 25.73 4 208.58 8 66.29 5 4.56 1 136.54 6 4.54

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Hi @iamprajot,

In addition, you can also create measures or calculated columns use ALLEXCEPT Function below:

Lowest Price = CALCULATE(MIN('Table2'[ShippingPrice]),ALLEXCEPT(Table2,'Table2'[ProductID]))

Highest Price = CALCULATE(MAX('Table2'[ShippingPrice]),ALLEXCEPT(Table2,'Table2'[ProductID]))

Best Regards,
Qiuyun Yu

Community Support Team _ Qiuyun Yu
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Community Support

Hi @iamprajot,

In addition, you can also create measures or calculated columns use ALLEXCEPT Function below:

Lowest Price = CALCULATE(MIN('Table2'[ShippingPrice]),ALLEXCEPT(Table2,'Table2'[ProductID]))

Highest Price = CALCULATE(MAX('Table2'[ShippingPrice]),ALLEXCEPT(Table2,'Table2'[ProductID]))

Best Regards,
Qiuyun Yu

Community Support Team _ Qiuyun Yu
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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Much appreciated, thanks.

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This is perfect use for the EARLIER function.

`Lowest Price = CALCULATE( MIN([Shipping Price]),                           FILTER(Table, [ProductID] = EARLIER([ProductID]))               )`

And similar, you can switch MIN to MAX for the Highest Price for that Product.

The FILTER component will return a table of similar ProductIDs to the row being calculated on, and then the MIN function will return the lowest shipping price for this filtered table.

Dan Malagari
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Unfortunatly it shows an error and highlights the Red part

EARLIER/EARLIEST refers to an earlier row context which doesn't exist.

`Lowest Price = CALCULATE( MIN([Shipping Price]),                           FILTER(Table, [ProductID] = EARLIER([ProductID]))               )`