Segmentation based on multiple criteria across tables

Has anyone worked out how to do segmentation on more than one dimension table?

This is a good example of using one dimension for DAX segmentation:

I am searching for a solution to regroup dimensions based on multiple criteria, across two tables. A
“Sales” example would be displaying Customer Groups (Grouped into global Top, Mid, Low by value), and Products groups (Grouped by global Top, Mid, Low value).

  • Customers from the Customer table (Customer ID | Customer Name)
  • Products from the product table (Product ID | Product Name)
  • Values from the value table (Customer ID | Product ID | Value)

Any ideas?

Hi @123kerrod

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  • Your work-in-progress PBIX file, using sanitized data if necessary
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  • A detailed mock-up (marked-up screenshot and/or Excel file) of your desired outcome.


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Including all of the above will likely enable a quick solution to your question.

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