Maximum Subset


The Maximum Subset function returns a specified number of the largest values in an input data series. For example, the function can be used to return the 3 largest values.

1. Syntax


2. Input

The Maximum Subset function requires the following input:

  • d0 - Input data values - The set of data values for which the Maximum Subset is calculated.
  • Alignment (Optional) - A hierarchy placeholder to be used as the alignment axis.

3. Parameters

The Maximum Subset function requires the following parameters.

  • s0 - Maximum Subset Count - The number of values to be returned by the function. Default value is 1.

When you use the TOP function within a metric set, it can only return a single value (s0 must be 1). In order to return the top 3 values, for example, you must use a formula visualization. This applies to the other subset functions as well.

4. Output

The Maximum Subset formula generates the following output:

  • Maximum Subset - The Maximum Subset result set.

5. See also

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