Ignore Row Context / Power BI 'ALL()' Equivalent?
I mocked up a simple example to illustrate what I'm trying to accomplish.
The question is: how to create a beast mode which will ignore any filters and/or table row context applied to a column, in this case `Store`.
The goal is: calculate Average Order Value for the entire dataset (Total Company), so individual Stores can be compared against the Total Company value.
The method in Power BI is to use the 'ALL' function inside a 'CALCULATE', which tells the formula to ignore any filters/row context on `Store` that may be set outside the formula.
In Domo, I believe this can be accomplished in MagicETL by using Group By and joining the grouped dataset back into the base dataset, but I am hoping to accomplish within Beast Mode.
Any ideas? Thanks in advance!!!
Best Answer

@chapman Domo recently rolled out the FIXED function which should accomplish what you're after. You can write a FIXED function that will ignore filters applied to your card.
https://domohelp.domo.com/hc/enus/articles/4408174643607BeastModeFIXEDFunctions
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@RobSomers this is EXACTLY what I needed! Thank you so much! 😀
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@zcameron here's a recent compelling use of FIXED!
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