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chavanr
Resolver I
Resolver I

Calculate Distinct values

Hi there,

 

Just wondering if someone can help with the below:

 

I want to calculate distinct value for my measure

 

Serious Incident Total =

CALCULATE(
[Total Incidents] - [Total Not Serious Incidents],
FILTER(Forms,NOT(ISBLANK(Forms[Category])))
)

 

Total Not Serious Incidents =
CALCULATE(
DISTINCTCOUNT(Forms[itrak_formid]),
FILTER(Forms,Forms[Category]= "Not Serious")
)

 

 

Total Incidents =
CALCULATE(
DISTINCTCOUNT(Forms[itrak_formid]),
FILTER('Forms',Forms[Form Type] = "Incident & Investigation")
)
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rbriga
Impactful Individual
Impactful Individual

This should get you the result you wanted- worked for my test:

Serious Incident Total =
VAR _Incidents = CALCULATETABLE(
    DISTINCT( Forms[itrak_formid] ),
    Forms[Form Type] = "Incident & Investigation"
) 
VAR _NotSerious = CALCULATETABLE(
    DISTINCT( Forms[itrak_formid] ),
    Forms[Category] = "Not Serious"
) 

RETURN
COUNTROWS(
    EXCEPT( _Incidents, _NotSerious )
)

We create a table of distinct incidents (_Incidents), a table of distinct not serious forms (_NotSerious),

Remove IDs that appear in _NotSerious from _Incidents,

And count the rows on the resulting table.

-------------------------
Data analyst by day, hockey goalie by night.
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rbriga
Impactful Individual
Impactful Individual

This should get you the result you wanted- worked for my test:

Serious Incident Total =
VAR _Incidents = CALCULATETABLE(
    DISTINCT( Forms[itrak_formid] ),
    Forms[Form Type] = "Incident & Investigation"
) 
VAR _NotSerious = CALCULATETABLE(
    DISTINCT( Forms[itrak_formid] ),
    Forms[Category] = "Not Serious"
) 

RETURN
COUNTROWS(
    EXCEPT( _Incidents, _NotSerious )
)

We create a table of distinct incidents (_Incidents), a table of distinct not serious forms (_NotSerious),

Remove IDs that appear in _NotSerious from _Incidents,

And count the rows on the resulting table.

-------------------------
Data analyst by day, hockey goalie by night.
Did I help? Then please hit that "kudos" or "accept as a solution" button!
v-angzheng-msft
Community Support
Community Support

Hi, @chavanr 

 

Could you please consider sharing more details about it and posting expected result so it is clear on what needs to be implemented?  And It would be great if there is a sample file without any sesentive information here.

 

It makes it easier to give you a solution.

  1. Sample (dummy dataset) data as text, use the table tool in the editing bar
  2. Expected output from sample data
  3. Explanation in words of how to get from 1. to 2.

 

Best Regards,
Community Support Team _ Zeon Zheng


If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

amitchandak
Super User
Super User

@chavanr , if want distinct values a measure first you need to get a grouping for that

 

like

 

measure =

var _tab = summarize(Forms,Forms[Column], "_1",[Total Incidents ])

return

countx(values(_tab[_1],[_1])

 

 

measure =

var _tab = summarize(Forms,Forms[Column], "_1",[Total Incidents ])

return

countx(summarize(_tab, _tab[_1],[_1])

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