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Hello Community,

I have two column in data set which is in below.
I create one slicer with Taster name. with multiple selection. Suppose i select as and ks.
i want distinct count of uniqueID which both taster.

i want 2 answer. one id is 100 and 102

Unique IDTaster
100as
100ks
100ds
101as
101ds
102as
102ks
102ds
102as

 

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@Dhrutivyasa-070 
Apologies for the late response and for misunderstanding the requirement. Please refer to attached sample file file with the proposed solution.

1.png

Count = 
SUMX ( 
    VALUES ( 'Table'[Unique ID] ),
    INT (
        ISEMPTY ( 
            EXCEPT ( 
                VALUES ( 'Table'[Taster] ),
                CALCULATETABLE ( VALUES ( 'Table'[Taster] ) )                
            )
        )
    )
)

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Thank You very Much tamerj1.
Its Working Properly.

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tamerj1
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Super User

HI @Dhrutivyasa-070 
You can simply try

DISTINCTCOUNT ( 'Table'[Unique ID] )

I try same this bus i get anwser is 3.

i want only this unique id which contains both as and ks

@Dhrutivyasa-070 
Apologies for the late response and for misunderstanding the requirement. Please refer to attached sample file file with the proposed solution.

1.png

Count = 
SUMX ( 
    VALUES ( 'Table'[Unique ID] ),
    INT (
        ISEMPTY ( 
            EXCEPT ( 
                VALUES ( 'Table'[Taster] ),
                CALCULATETABLE ( VALUES ( 'Table'[Taster] ) )                
            )
        )
    )
)

Thank You very Much tamerj1.
Its Working Properly.

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