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Helper I

## Median of filtered values

How do I get the median of filtered values.

 Year Phase study_id name category 2017 Phase 1 abc A 1 2017 Phase 1 ab A 1 2017 Phase O bc B 1 2017 Phase O abcd C 1 2018 Phase 1 bcd A 1 2018 Phase O be A 2 2018 Phase 1 ef B 1 2018 Phase O en C 1 2018 Phase 1 zf B 1

I want to calculate median of count of study_id by Year, Phase on name. Also take into account for the filter being used in the report of Category = 1

Result should be

 Year Phase Median of count of study_id 2017 Phase 1 1
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Helper I

I was able to solve it myself.
medianx(values(count(name))), study_id))

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Community Support

Hi @bharukc ,

I can't understand your scenario exactly, could you share me more details?

1. Like what @BeaBF mentioned, what's the meaning of "count of study_id by Year, Phase on name"? also by name?

2. Based on my understanding, the count for 2017 Phase is 2. Then how does the result "1" get?

 Year Phase Median of count of study_id 2017 Phase 1 1

Could you explain the calculation logic?

Best Regards,

Icey

Helper I

I was able to solve it myself.
medianx(values(count(name))), study_id))

Community Support

Hi @bharukc ，

Best Regards,

Icey

Memorable Member

@bharukc "count of study_id by year, phase on name" can you explicit this?

BF.

Solution Sage

Hi:

There's a few ways to do this. Here I added a calculated column to the table (I named it Study).  This gets the Category 1 piece.

Study Qty = CALCULATE(COUNT(Study[study_id]), Study[category] = 1)
Then this measure:
Median 2017 =
CALCULATE(MEDIAN(Study[Study Qty]), Study[Year] = 2017)   you can change year or add another Filter Condition if needed.

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I hope this is what you are looking for..

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