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## Is it possible to order the result of AGGR ()?

Hi everyone, i have some problems with a metric that use AGGR() fuction.

With this metric i whant to know " how many customers represent the 80% of my sales" (Classic pareto analysis)

COUNT(AGGR(if(rangesum(top((\$(M_SALES_YTD)),1,rowno()))/rangesum(top((\$(M_SALES_YTD)),1,noofrows())) <=0.8,[Customer ID],Null()),[Customer ID]))

But if i put the value in a KPI, i saw the value is very large respect to value when i calculated in excel manually

When i put this metric in a table with customers id and sales amount, i can see the AGRR() function orderned the values alphabeticaly by Customer ID ( but i want sort the values by Sales Amount descending , to use this variable correctly)

Exist some way to give order the result of AGGR() function by a metric \$(M_SALES_YTD) ?

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hI bill, thanks for the fast reply.

I saw this link, but when i try to use the formulas exposed in this post the result in KPI is 0 or error directly.

i tried with :

• [Customer ID],(NUMERIC,DESCENDING)

• [Customer ID],(\$(M_SALES_YTD) ,(NUMERIC,DESCENDING))

• \$(M_SALES_YTD) ,(NUMERIC,DESCENDING)

But in all of this the result is wrong.

Im really confused with this feature.

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