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Ramusoc
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Check if a value is included in an interval of another table

Hello everyone,

 

I want to know a value from Table 1 in which interval (Table 2) it exists and get the category from Table 2, as the example below: 

Table 1 

Client |  Sales

1        |  100

2        |   50

3        |   25

4        |   2

 

Table 2:

min   |   max |  Category

0       |   20    |   A

21     |   60    |   B

61     |   100  |   C

 

The output should be :

Client |  Sales   | Category

1        |  100      | A

2        |   50       | B

3        |   25       | B

4        |   2         | C

 

Could you please help me on that issue.

Thanks in advance.

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mahoneypat
Microsoft Employee
Microsoft Employee

Not sure if you want a column or measure expression, but here is a column one.

 

Category =
VAR thissales = Table1[Sales]
RETURN
    MINX (
        FILTER ( Table2, Table2[min] <= thissales && Table2[max] >= thissales ),
        Table2[Category]
    )

 

Pat





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mahoneypat
Microsoft Employee
Microsoft Employee

Not sure if you want a column or measure expression, but here is a column one.

 

Category =
VAR thissales = Table1[Sales]
RETURN
    MINX (
        FILTER ( Table2, Table2[min] <= thissales && Table2[max] >= thissales ),
        Table2[Category]
    )

 

Pat





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Hey, 

It worked. Thanks a lot !!

lbendlin
Super User
Super User

In DAX you would use GENERATESERIES and INTERSECT

 

In Power Query you would use List.Generate and List.Contains

 

What's your preference?

Hey Ibendlin,

 

Thank you for your interest.

 

I'd prefer DAX, but how am i going to use generateseries and intersect?

 

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