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## COUNTAX not working to count names

Hello friends,

I have this table (Table1)

 Type OK 1 Yes 2 Yes 3 NO 4 NO 5 Yes 6 NO 7 NO 8 NO

How can I count the number of "Yes" and "No" in Power Pivot?

Im using COUNTAX in this way:

Number of YES:= COUNTAX (Table1; ([OK]="Yes"))

I haven´t results with it... Could somebodi help me?

Thank you from Spain!

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Frequent Visitor

Im working in the pivot table.

The colum [OK] is not calculated

Super User

@Josevi
Please try

``````YES :=
CALCULATE ( COUNTROWS ( Table1 ); ALL ( Table1 ); Table1[OK] = "Yes" )``````
Frequent Visitor

It Works! great! thank you a lot!!

Now if I have date data, can I calculate the TOTALYTD? or I have to carry ou any modified in the values?

Super User

@Josevi
For time intellegence functions always use a date table marked as date table. But I don't know how is this related to your orioginal query?

Frequent Visitor

Yes, I have a date table created.

=TOTALYTD([YES]; calendar[Date])... but it doesn´t works,

new problem in my way

Super User

@Josevi
Are you slicing by date? Can you please share a screenshot of the visual?

Frequent Visitor

Of Course!

Super User

@Josevi
I'm talking about the pivot table. Can you share a screenshot of it?

Frequent Visitor

This is te pivot table...

Super User

@Josevi
My friend where are you using this measure? When you say year to date you should be slicing by a date otherwise which date the function will consider?! The screenshot shows the power pivot table not the pivot table visual. The value show here is the grand total and the YTD has no meaning in the grand total! Please help me undestand what exactly are you trying to acheive. We can also connect via zoom or teams. I have some free time now if you wish.

Frequent Visitor

Hello @tamerj1 thank you for your time.

Today im quite bussy but i want yo explain properly want I need, so, if you are able to helpme i´ll be very grateful

Super User

Hi @Josevi

is [OK] a measure or a column in the source data? How are you displying the result?

Frequent Visitor

Hello tamerj1, thank you.

OK is the name of the Colum and  the values ("Yes" or "NO") of this colum are text format.

Do you need more information?

Super User

@Josevi
Please try

``````YES :=
CALCULATE ( COUNTROWS ( Table1 ); Table1[OK] = "Yes" )``````
Frequent Visitor

Thank you!

I´ve tried it but doesnt work...😓

Super User

@Josevi
How are displaying the results? In a the same pivot table? or this is a calculated column?

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