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i have infinity values, then converting that column to percentage i got error, how to deal with this

Hi

considering the title of the topic and the image below,

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How i can solve this considering i dont want to delete rows with errors.

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edhans
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The fastest way is to select that column, click the dropdown next to Replace Values, and select Replace Errors. Replace them with 0 or null. The word "null" will show up as a value in italics, and is equivalent to a blank in DAX. A zero might be better, but your call.



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edhans
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The fastest way is to select that column, click the dropdown next to Replace Values, and select Replace Errors. Replace them with 0 or null. The word "null" will show up as a value in italics, and is equivalent to a blank in DAX. A zero might be better, but your call.



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Ty vry much

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