good morning David
here is the calculation
if [Number]%[Selected Number] = 0 then 'yes' else 'no' end
it returns this
the calculation is Mudolo and this will explain how to use it
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Thanks for the quick response, Jim. However, this doesn't address the issue I'm having. I have already been using modulo in my "Set 1" definition in order to highlight the proper multiples when I set my Selected Number parameter manually.
However, the issue I'm having is that I really don't want that Selected Number parameter to exist at all. It only exists because I don't have the solution I need.
I actually just want the user to click on a bar, and then the multiples of the clicked-on bar will be highlighted.
Since this problem appears to be intractable, let me ask the question in a different way:
Is there any way to capture the value of a single mark that I highlight, such that I can create a dynamic set that is based on the value of that highlighted mark?
As a follow-up, I wanted to mention that with the Tableau Desktop 2018.2 release, this problem can be solved through the "Parameter Actions " Dashboard Extension. Hooray!