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Using the Excel file in the above folder create a table listing appointments by eye colour:
Since blue-eyed people contribute the most to sales, we want to calculate what percentage each eye colour contributes to sales compared to blue.
This can't be achieved with slicers (since a slicer would filter the entire table, not just one column). Instead create a quick measure filtering the data to show only figures for blue eyes:
Sadly only one filter can be applied to the column ... or can it?
This gives the No of Appointments for only blue eyes. To work out the percentage the other colours make up of blue, create a second measure:
Remember to change the measure format to % on the Modeling tab.
At this point we can see what the first and second measures created are producing within the table:
The best thing is being able to use a slicer (try using a hair colour slicer and looking at the results).
For fun try and create a measure which shows only blond and blue eyes.
Optionally save this as Redheads actually have more fun and close it down.
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