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KamaClay
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DISTINCTCOUNT of Rows filtered by other column

Trying to create a measure to use in a card.

 

FieldTime
10
12
12
11
20
2-1
30
30
30

 

 Distinctcount of row (Field) has to be filtered and not counted if it contains a time value of <0.

Trying to get an outcome like this.

 

Sum of Distinct field with out negative t

ime time value

2

 

Still new to PowerBI an DAX. Any help is appreciated! 🙂

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ERD
Super User
Super User

@KamaClay , you can try this measure:

dcount =
VAR t =
    FILTER (
        ADDCOLUMNS (
            VALUES ( 'Table'[Field] ),
            "minv",
                VAR current_field = CALCULATE ( SELECTEDVALUE ( 'Table'[Field] ) )
                RETURN
                    CALCULATE ( MIN ( 'Table'[Time] ), 'Table'[Field] = current_field )
        ),
        [minv] >= 0
    )
RETURN
    COUNTROWS ( t )

ERD_0-1694761044619.png

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123abc
Community Champion
Community Champion

To calculate the distinct count of rows in the "Field" column, excluding those with a "Time" value less than 0, you can create a DAX measure. Here's how you can do it:

 

DistinctCountFiltered = VAR FilteredTable = FILTER('YourTableName', 'YourTableName'[Time] >= 0) RETURN DISTINCTCOUNTX(FilteredTable, 'YourTableName'[Field])

 

Replace 'YourTableName' with the actual name of your table.

This measure first filters the table to exclude rows where the "Time" column has a value less than 0. Then, it calculates the distinct count of the "Field" column based on the filtered table.

Once you create this measure, you can use it in a card visual to display the sum of distinct "Field" values without negative "Time" values.

ERD
Super User
Super User

@KamaClay , you can try this measure:

dcount =
VAR t =
    FILTER (
        ADDCOLUMNS (
            VALUES ( 'Table'[Field] ),
            "minv",
                VAR current_field = CALCULATE ( SELECTEDVALUE ( 'Table'[Field] ) )
                RETURN
                    CALCULATE ( MIN ( 'Table'[Time] ), 'Table'[Field] = current_field )
        ),
        [minv] >= 0
    )
RETURN
    COUNTROWS ( t )

ERD_0-1694761044619.png

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

Check out my latest demo report in the data story gallery.

Stand with Ukraine!


Here are official ways you can support Ukraine financially (accounts with multiple currencies):
1) Support the Armed Forces of Ukraine: https://bank.gov.ua/ua/about/support-the-armed-forces
2) Come Back Alive foundation: https://www.comebackalive.in.ua/

Thank you!

Hello @ERD ERD,

 

This solution does work for what I originally asked, but for my real purpose I need it to fit into a percentage calculation. I see I needed to be more specific, I apologize.

 

Adjusted % on Time = SUMX(VALUES('Master INV'[Field]),CALCULATE(MAX('Master INV'[Ratio for on time completion calculation]),'Master INV'[Alloted_Prep_Time]>-1)/(FILTER (
        ADDCOLUMNS (
            VALUES ( 'Master INV'[Field] ),
            "minv",
                VAR current_field = CALCULATE ( SELECTEDVALUE ( 'Master INV'[Field] ) )
                RETURN
                    CALCULATE ( MIN ( 'Master INV'[Alloted_Prep_Time] ), 'Master INV'[Field] = current_field )
        ),
        [minv] >= 0
    )
    RETURN
        COUNTROWS(t)
    *100))
 
The RETURN command does not play nicely. I hope this gives better idea to what I am trying to do. Thank you for your resolution, you infact did answer my original question, I failed to ask exactly what I needed.

I don't know what you're trying to calculate. Your example contains more columns. You need to provide a correct demo with the expected result.

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

Check out my latest demo report in the data story gallery.

Stand with Ukraine!


Here are official ways you can support Ukraine financially (accounts with multiple currencies):
1) Support the Armed Forces of Ukraine: https://bank.gov.ua/ua/about/support-the-armed-forces
2) Come Back Alive foundation: https://www.comebackalive.in.ua/

Thank you!

DataNinja777
Super User
Super User

Hi @KamaClay ,

 

I've prepared your required output, but the answer is not 2 but is 3 as shown below:

Sakiko_0-1694746540603.png

I attach the link to the pbix file below:

DISTINCTCOUNT of Rows filtered by other column.pbix

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