2 Replies Latest reply on Mar 28, 2018 12:55 PM by Jim Dehner

    if then statement

    Harjeet kaur

      I have a if-then statement that gives on target if it matches  then 'on target' if not then 'below target'. however some variable are showing both statements

        • 1. Re: if then statement
          Deepak Rai

          You have rounded up values to 2 Decimal places. First Remove % and check your values in decimals and rebuild logic.

          • 2. Re: if then statement
            Jim Dehner


            I would like to see the data and the workbook but I can think of a couple of things that would cause this - multiple records and Nulls in the data set


            and it is not clear it [score] is aggregated or not - suggest you aggregate Score in whatever aggregation makes sense - avg(), Min(), Max)  and wrap Score in ZN({Score])


            Good Luck


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