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Gauteweb
Advocate II
Advocate II

DISTINCTCOUNT with an IF, possible?

Hi. I've worked with Power BI for about 6 months, but not fiddled to much with DAX. Now I'm faced with an issue.

 

I have a table with two fields, Name and Value. I want to do a DISTINCTCOUNT of names, but only those where they have a value >0.

 

Any tips?

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Gauteweb
Advocate II
Advocate II

OK, so I think I figured it out:

DistinctNames =
CALCULATE(
DISTINCTCOUNT(CosmosDB[Name]); CosmosDB[Value]>0)

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Gauteweb
Advocate II
Advocate II

OK, so I think I figured it out:

DistinctNames =
CALCULATE(
DISTINCTCOUNT(CosmosDB[Name]); CosmosDB[Value]>0)

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