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Filtering out data in a Dimension

Hey guys,

I'm currently trying to make some charts where the only dimension is selected Account Numbers. For example, without even filtering any data I want to display a bar chart which continually shows 5 out of the 100 Account Numbers.

I've managed to do that so far with If statements:

If([Account Code] = 'value', 'value',

If([Account Code] = 'value', 'value',

If([Account Code] = 'value', 'value',

If([Account Code] = 'value','value',

If([Account Code] = 'value', 'value',

0)))))

Which is working well, however my problem is that I want to exclude any data that goes into the '0' so on my bar chart the 0 doesn't even appear, and instead it's only the 5 Account Numbers.

Hope you guys can help!

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Re: Filtering out data in a Dimension

Ok just figured out all I had to do was remove the 0 at the end of the if statement and then remove null values in the dimension.

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MVP
MVP

Re: Filtering out data in a Dimension

Hi James,

Try like this

If(Match([Account Code],  'value', 'value', 'value', 'value', 'value'), 'value')


Now in Dimension tab click on this dimension and select 'Suppress when value is Null' option.


Hope it helps you.


Regards,

Jagan.

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Re: Filtering out data in a Dimension

Hey Jagan,

Thanks for the reply, but it's not quite what I'm looking for. It's very close though.

I want each of the account codes to be displayed in sperate columns, not as one columnn.

However that does remove the 0 and I can use that expression for something else I've been trying to do so thanks so much!

James

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Re: Filtering out data in a Dimension

Ok just figured out all I had to do was remove the 0 at the end of the if statement and then remove null values in the dimension.

MVP
MVP

Re: Filtering out data in a Dimension

Hi James,

Yes, I removed the 0 in the If statement, then 0 won't be displayed in the dimension value.

Regards,

Jagan.

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Re: Filtering out data in a Dimension

Sorry I should have given credit to you, I figured it out after looking at your expression.

And you helped me with a seperate problem so thankyou!