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Calcite | Level 5

Hi There,


I'm having trouble with making an advanced filter.

I have the following report (see attached image)


without advanced filter.jpg


on this report, i want to add an advanced filter that is behving very weird.

i add to this report an advanced filter where i want to see only the rows where the "Dep CRM =>25,000" (see attached filter i created)


advanced filter.jpg


for some reason, it filters some figures out and completely deletes data from other columns, as you can see in the picture below, many of the columns have "ZERO" figures in them, while before I applied the filter they had figures (see example of after i applied the filter)


after advanced filter.jpg


this is a simple case of an advanced filter, i obviuosly want to make something much more complicated, but i want to understand what i\m doing wrong in this simlpe case and then to make more complicated filters.

would appriciate if someone could help me on this matter.




Obsidian | Level 7
On first glance you're using the > sign not the => sign in the formula. Will check out similar functionality on our instance and see if I can get anywhere.
Calcite | Level 5

its the same if i use '=>' or '>'

Obsidian | Level 7

Do you have any other filters applied by any chance?

Quartz | Level 8

Just some thought: do you want to filter on row level or on an aggregated measure?

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