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Posted on 2012-03-17
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Here is an attachment and what I'm looking for is
"Number of districts below 25% turnover rate"


**Any further questions let me know please..
Thank you in advance
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Question by:Sunsetbloom
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by:Sunsetbloom
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Here is a mock up chart what I'm supposed to create... I'm stuck as to how go about the total of my districts to display. The above chart is just a gist as to how my data looks
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RWrigley earned 2000 total points
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Assuming that the lowest level of your "Total" dimension is called "District", you should just need an expression like:

count(1 within set filter([MyCube].[Total].[Total].[District],[TurnoverRate] < 0.25))

But you may need to be careful depending on if your "turnover rate" is a database item or a calculation.
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by:Sunsetbloom
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Earlier before posting this question, I used the exact expression like the one you have suggested... but it didn't work because I forgot to refer the lowest level data so used the descendants function.
Thank you so much for your prompt reply. :)
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