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nerdyplayer
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Counting recommendations for a project to display null

I have a recommendation SP list that feeds off a project list.


I have 2 count formula that counts the # of opened or Closed recommendations for a project.

But, on the main page, when I try this it will filter out the projects with no recommendations, which is not what I want. I want it to show a 0 or leave blank. My code isn't working correctly, can I get some advice?

I'm thinking if I need to create a new column, and write another formula.

 Thoughts ( if recommendation > 0, count row, else "0"  )

 

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CALCULATE(COUNT(EARecs[Closure Accepted]),EARecs[Closure Accepted]="Yes")



CALCULATE(COUNT('EARecs'[Closure Accepted]), EARecs[Closure Accepted] <> "Yes"

 

 

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v-yohua-msft
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Hi, @nerdyplayer 

Your idea is correct, you can try the following DAX expressions, create four measures

 

Open Recs Count = CALCULATE(COUNT(EARecs[Closure Accepted]), EARecs[Closure Accepted] = "Yes")

Closed Recs Count = CALCULATE(COUNT(EARecs[Closure Accepted]), EARecs[Closure Accepted] <> "Yes")

Open Recs Display = IF([Open Recs Count] > 0, [Open Recs Count], 0)

Closed Recs Display = IF([Closed Recs Count] > 0, [Closed Recs Count], 0)

 

 

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Yongkang Hua

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v-yohua-msft
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Hi, @nerdyplayer 

Your idea is correct, you can try the following DAX expressions, create four measures

 

Open Recs Count = CALCULATE(COUNT(EARecs[Closure Accepted]), EARecs[Closure Accepted] = "Yes")

Closed Recs Count = CALCULATE(COUNT(EARecs[Closure Accepted]), EARecs[Closure Accepted] <> "Yes")

Open Recs Display = IF([Open Recs Count] > 0, [Open Recs Count], 0)

Closed Recs Display = IF([Closed Recs Count] > 0, [Closed Recs Count], 0)

 

 

How to Get Your Question Answered Quickly 

If it does not help, please provide more details with your desired output and pbix file without privacy information (or some sample data)

Best Regards

Yongkang Hua

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

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