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pjakka
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How to pass measure in 'IN DAX' of Power BI

Hello Experts,

 

I have one power bi report where I have two slicers (lists) and 1 clustered column chart. I want show the selected categories(Multiple selected) from the both the slicers in the single clustered column chart.

 

I have created fist DAX which gives me multiple selected options from the slicer(list)

 

MultiSelect =
IF (
    ISFILTERED ( SiteCaseLoadComparison1[SiteCaseloadName] ),
    CONCATENATEX (
        ALLSELECTED ( SiteCaseLoadComparison1[SiteCaseloadName] ),
        SiteCaseLoadComparison1[SiteCaseloadName],
        ","
    ),
    "(All)"
)

 

 

I have created second DAX in which I am passing the first measure named 'MultiSelect' within IN function

 

FamilyCount_combined =
CALCULATE (
    COUNT ( V_Comibined_Survey_Response[cra04_familyid] ),
    FILTER (
        V_Comibined_Survey_Response,
        V_Comibined_Survey_Response[cra04_sitecaseloadname]
            IN {
                SELECTEDVALUE ( StateComparison1[State] ),
                [MultiSelect]
            }
    )
)

 

 but somehow this Measure is not giving the family count across multiselected categories from slicer.

 

can anyone help me with solving this?

 

any quick help is really appriciable.

 

Best Regards,

Pranesh

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v-janeyg-msft
Community Support
Community Support

Hi, @pjakka 

 

I agree with the above reply, but one more condition is needed.

FamilyCount_combined =
CALCULATE (
    COUNT ( V_Comibined_Survey_Response[cra04_familyid] ),
    FILTER (
        V_Comibined_Survey_Response,
        V_Comibined_Survey_Response[cra04_sitecaseloadname]
            IN VALUES ( SiteCaseLoadComparison1[SiteCaseloadName] )
                || V_Comibined_Survey_Response[cra04_sitecaseloadname]
                    = SELECTEDVALUE ( StateComparison1[State] )// IN VALUES ( StateComparison1[State] )
    )
)

Did I answer your question ? Please mark my reply as solution. Thank you very much.
If not, please feel free to ask me.

 

Best Regards,
Community Support Team _ Janey

 

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v-janeyg-msft
Community Support
Community Support

Hi, @pjakka 

 

I agree with the above reply, but one more condition is needed.

FamilyCount_combined =
CALCULATE (
    COUNT ( V_Comibined_Survey_Response[cra04_familyid] ),
    FILTER (
        V_Comibined_Survey_Response,
        V_Comibined_Survey_Response[cra04_sitecaseloadname]
            IN VALUES ( SiteCaseLoadComparison1[SiteCaseloadName] )
                || V_Comibined_Survey_Response[cra04_sitecaseloadname]
                    = SELECTEDVALUE ( StateComparison1[State] )// IN VALUES ( StateComparison1[State] )
    )
)

Did I answer your question ? Please mark my reply as solution. Thank you very much.
If not, please feel free to ask me.

 

Best Regards,
Community Support Team _ Janey

 

TomMartens
Super User
Super User

Hey @pjakka ,

 

the IN operator expects a table, but the measure MultiSelect returns a String.

Maybe this will already to the trick:

 

FamilyCount_combined =
CALCULATE (
    COUNT ( V_Comibined_Survey_Response[cra04_familyid] ),
    FILTER (
        V_Comibined_Survey_Response,
        V_Comibined_Survey_Response[cra04_sitecaseloadname]
            IN 
                VALUES ( SiteCaseLoadComparison1[SiteCaseloadName] )
            
    )
)

 

Hopefully, this provides what you are looking for.

 

Regards,

Tom



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