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Anonymous
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Summing expenses for only 2 items in a column

Hi 

 

I am only new to Power BI and I need the sum of only 2 items in my table. E.g., I have a list of the following items with the expense next to them. All items are in the table for each month.  

 

Cost of Sales      Cost of Sales expense

Training hire           80000

Resources               20000

Wages                    90000

venue hire             10000

 

I only want to calculate the sum of all Training hire and resources. I need to do a filter on my cost of sales column and the expenses together. I know it is easy but I am having difficulties getting in correct.

 

I have used:

Cost of 2 items = CALCULATE(sum('Cost of Sales'[Cost of Sales Expense]),('Cost of Sales'[Cost of Sales]="Training - Resources & Printing"),('Cost of Sales'[Cost of Sales]="Training - Venue Hire"))
 
but it isn't bringing anything up. It works when I just use the one filter so I am guessing I am adding the second filter incorrectly but I am not sure how to add it this dax. 
 
Any assistance would be appreciated. 
Thank you. 
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Tanushree_Kapse
Impactful Individual
Impactful Individual

Hi @Anonymous ,

Use the below DAX:

Cost of 2 items = CALCULATE(SUM('Cost of Sales'[Cost of Sales Expense]), FILTER('Cost of Sales','Cost of Sales'[Cost of Sales]="Training - Resources & Printing" || 'Cost of Sales'[Cost of Sales]="Training - Venue Hire"))

 

I hope this helps!
Mark it as a solution if it answers your question. Kudos are always appreciated!

Thanks.

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Anonymous
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Thank you Tanushree_Kapse.  Fantastic. Thank you again for your prompt response. It is appreciated. 

Tanushree_Kapse
Impactful Individual
Impactful Individual

Hi @Anonymous ,

Use the below DAX:

Cost of 2 items = CALCULATE(SUM('Cost of Sales'[Cost of Sales Expense]), FILTER('Cost of Sales','Cost of Sales'[Cost of Sales]="Training - Resources & Printing" || 'Cost of Sales'[Cost of Sales]="Training - Venue Hire"))

 

I hope this helps!
Mark it as a solution if it answers your question. Kudos are always appreciated!

Thanks.

amitchandak
Super User
Super User

@Anonymous , Try like

 

Cost of 2 items = CALCULATE(sum('Cost of Sales'[Cost of Sales Expense]), filter('Cost of Sales', 'Cost of Sales'[Cost of Sales] in {"Training - Resources & Printing","Training - Venue Hire"}))

Anonymous
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Thanks @amitchandak . Appreciate your prompt reply. Thank you. 

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