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## if else condition

I have 2 tables based on cricket data. So 1 table has the data with each match id and other details. So a total of 636 matches and 638 rows. The second table has more in-depth data which shows 20 overs in each match id, each ball per over, and runs per ball per over. So if we consider 6 balls per over and a match with 20 overs, finally we have 636 matches * 20 overs * 6 balls = 76320 rows(76320 balls). including wide balls, we have another extra number of rows.

I am trying to calculate the runs per match, and then check how many centuries per match. Therefore, I need to make a new table or measure that checks, if-else statements to conditions similar to those below.

if sum(total runs) of (id)>100, then 1,

Elif sum(total runs) of (id)>200, then 2,

elif sum(total runs) of (id)>300, then 3 etc. I am writing here as an English statement.

Kindly guide with an option in power bi for the same. I have tried group by, related, calculated, etc, but possibly they are the wrong functions or maybe I am writing the syntax in the wrong way.

The below pics show the table's matches and deliveries.

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Measures and calculated columns are based on DAX which means they can't be created in Power Query. In Power Query, we often use M language.

Try to use group by.

The all rows column is to restore previous rows later.

If you also want to match the custom column created in deliveries table to matches table. You can merge as follows.

Expand the column you want.

Merge queries overview - Power Query | Microsoft Learn

How to GROUP BY or summarize rows - Power Query | Microsoft Learn

Best Regards,

Stephen Tao

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Community Support

Measures and calculated columns are based on DAX which means they can't be created in Power Query. In Power Query, we often use M language.

Try to use group by.

The all rows column is to restore previous rows later.

If you also want to match the custom column created in deliveries table to matches table. You can merge as follows.

Expand the column you want.

Merge queries overview - Power Query | Microsoft Learn

How to GROUP BY or summarize rows - Power Query | Microsoft Learn

Best Regards,

Stephen Tao

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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