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LvanLaar
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Count where count > 1 based on grouping

I have been asked to do an analysis on orders with multiple shipments/colli.

Below a screenshot of a matrix visual with order number. A count of tracking codes and a sum of colli.

 

I would like to count tracking codes where the previous count is bigger than one. grouped by order number.

So in the example below I would expect to see blank rows on the 1 rows. And 150 as a total in the matrix / card visuals.

 

count-sum.PNG

 

I think this would be something like this in SQL. But I'm not sure how to do this in DAX.

SELECT order_number,

      COUNT(track_and_trace)
WHERE COUNT(track_and_trace > 1

GROUP BY order_number

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FreemanZ
Super User
Super User

hi @LvanLaar 

Try plot with the OrderNumber column and a measure like:

count of Track and Trace =

VAR _count = COUNTROWS(TableName)

RETURN

IF(_count=1, BLANK(), _count)

 

for the total card visual, try like:

1PlusCountTotal = 

VAR _table =

ADDCOLUMNS(

    VALUES(TableName[OrderNumber]),

    "Count",

  CALCULATE(COUNTROWS(TableName))

)

RETURN

COUNTROWS(

   FILTER(

       _table,

       [Count]>1

   )

)

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FreemanZ
Super User
Super User

hi @LvanLaar 

Try plot with the OrderNumber column and a measure like:

count of Track and Trace =

VAR _count = COUNTROWS(TableName)

RETURN

IF(_count=1, BLANK(), _count)

 

for the total card visual, try like:

1PlusCountTotal = 

VAR _table =

ADDCOLUMNS(

    VALUES(TableName[OrderNumber]),

    "Count",

  CALCULATE(COUNTROWS(TableName))

)

RETURN

COUNTROWS(

   FILTER(

       _table,

       [Count]>1

   )

)

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