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Anonymous
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Create count measure

Hey,

 

I'm trying to create a measure that will count all the numbers at the column, but only those who greater then 0 (the measure will NOT count null cells and 0 number).

 

I tried the CALCULATE function with filter but unfortunately I didnt succeed.

 

The name of the column is "Users".

 

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Thanks for helping! 

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EricHulshof
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Solution Sage

Hello, Im not sure if you'd expect an outcome of 91, or 20 with the shown data; so i made both measures. 

If you'd expect to see 91 (thats the total of the values) you can use:

Measure = SUM(TableUsers[Users])

If you'd expect to see 20 (the count of rows where there is no NULL or 0 you can use:
 

Measure 2 = CALCULATE(COUNT(TableUsers[Users]),TableUsers[Users] > 0)

 

Goodluck,

 

Eric.


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Greg_Deckler
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@Anonymous - Try:

Measure = COUNTROWS(FILTER('Table',[Users]<>0))

Measure Distinct Count = COUNTROWS(DISTINCT(SELECTCOLUMNS(FILTER('Table',[Users]<>0),"Users",[Users])))

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EricHulshof
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Hello, Im not sure if you'd expect an outcome of 91, or 20 with the shown data; so i made both measures. 

If you'd expect to see 91 (thats the total of the values) you can use:

Measure = SUM(TableUsers[Users])

If you'd expect to see 20 (the count of rows where there is no NULL or 0 you can use:
 

Measure 2 = CALCULATE(COUNT(TableUsers[Users]),TableUsers[Users] > 0)

 

Goodluck,

 

Eric.


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Anonymous
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Yeah that's what I meant,

 

Thanks!

amitchandak
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Super User

@Anonymous , Try like

count of user = countx(summarize(Table,Table[user], "_1", [Measure]+0),[user])
count of user = countx(values(Table[user]),[Measure]+0)

 

 

Just for ref

count of user >0 value= countx(filter(summarize(Table,Table[user], "_1", [Measure]),[_1]>0),[user])

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