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You need to use the formula to create a measure instead of a calculate column. View solution in original post.
I have made this table on power bi, and I need to add next to it the column edciles calculates the 80th percentile. Could you try using the formula below to create a new measurethen show it on the table visual to see if it works in your scenario? Now the table is working properly, but I cant add the measure to line chart for example. It should be possible.
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But it will depend on what column you’re showing on the Axis of declies line chart. I tried all option to add the calculated measure to the chart but its not working, I just can add it to the tooltips but this is not useful. How would I use this to create multiple percentiles? For example I would like to have percentiles calculated for all below: I have a filter for origin and destination, so this should be changed on the applied filters.
Calculating the percentile for a set of data.
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Message 1 of 10 9, Views. Message 5 of 10 16, Views. Message 2 of 10 9, Views. Message 3 of 10 9, Views. I need to calculate for each country and city the 80th percentile, not for each request. So for example I will have a result as shown below: Message 4 of 10 9, Views.
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Message 8 of 10 9, Views. Message 9 of 10 9, Views. I have used the measure to calculate the 80th percentile as you suggested ceciles. Message 10 of 10 8, Views.