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How do you display the total count of rows within each row of a matrix?

I am looking to create a matrix that looks like this.

The ID and Name fields have been selected from slicers. Now I need each row to display the total number of selected rows.


ID  Name Total Rows
12  AB   4
34  CD   4
56  EF   4
78  GH   4


This seems very simple. But any way I try to remove keep/remove context filters, the Total Rows just displays 1.

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Hi @AABright ,
I’d like to acknowledge the valuable input provided by the @lbendlin . Their initial ideas were instrumental in guiding my approach. However, I noticed that further details were needed to fully understand the issue.
In my investigation, I took the following steps:
Here some steps that I want to share, you can check them if they suitable for your requirement.
Here is my test data:


Create a measure


Final output



Best regards,

Albert He


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OK, if that's what you want 🙂 See my sample.


Total Rows Count = CALCULATE(COUNTROWS(financials), ALL(financials))



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Hi @AABright , If you have a single table and looking to create a DAX measure to count rows for selected values from a slicer you can simply use something like this.


Total Rows = COUNTROWS(TableName)


For your specific question, please share your datamodel or sample data to be able to help you further. See this post.

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Thank you for the suggestion @amustafa 

That produced the same result where the level of detail is applied to each row in the matrix - so it just counts 1.

In a card it displays the correct number. But I am trying to get 397 into each row, rather than 1.


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