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conditional for expression

Hi everyone!

I'm making a sport app and i got a problem with bar chart in which i want to show how many points player made in the given time interval. I want to make conditionals for intervals where player didn't make any points that they are not shown. It sounds like very easy but i can't solve this problem.

Please help if you got any ideas.

peace!

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ok i did it. sometimes the easiest solution become the hardest;)

in conditional i put this sentence: Sum({<IntervalName={"80'"}>} PTS)>0

and it works exactly like i wanted. Sorry for confusion and thanks for answers

regards

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joshabbott
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So your dimension is date, and your expression is points?

lft
Employee
Employee

Hi Bartosz,

have you tried checking the "suppress 0 values" in the presentation tab in combination with "suppress null values" in the dimension tab ?

Loic

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It would be easy to debug if you could attach a sample app.

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my dimension is player name and expression are points from given interval name and from whole career so it looks like first expression is sum(PTS) and next is Sum({<IntervalName={"80'"}>} PTS) and the same for 90' 2K0 and 2K10

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i tried many combinations connected with these options but it doesn't work

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ok i did it. sometimes the easiest solution become the hardest;)

in conditional i put this sentence: Sum({<IntervalName={"80'"}>} PTS)>0

and it works exactly like i wanted. Sorry for confusion and thanks for answers

regards

lft
Employee
Employee

Hi,

can you mark this question as answered ?

Thanks a lot,

Loic

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there you go;)