DAX | The CALCULATE function exercise | Use the CALCULATE function to remove filter contexts

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Software ==> DAX  (28 exercises)
Version ==>
Topic ==> The CALCULATE function  (4 exercises)
Level ==> Relatively easy
Subject ==> Power BI training
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Open the Power BI file in the above folder.  It shows the following matrix:

Sales matrix

Sales by environment and centre type

Your task is to use the CALCULATE function in an expression to return the following measure:

(Total sales) / (Total sales, but with the Environment constraint removed)

With this in mind, create a new measure in the All measures table called All environment contribution, and change your matrix to display this:

Environment contributions

Reassuringly, your environmental contributions should sum to 100% for each row.

Create and display another measure called Grand total contribution which shows the ratio of sales to sales for all environments and all centre types:

Grand total matrix

Again reassuringly your grand total should be 100%.

You need to use the ALL function twice, to remove the environment constraint and the centre type constraint.

Save this file as No constraints, then close it down.

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