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## new measure of the same row values ​​with filters applied

Dear,

I have a question.

I have two tables with excel connected by relations. Based on them, I created the table below in my report. The table contains all the information I need. Columns: Data, Index, Ba, in / out, Page number, material come from table 1. Column: Sh comes from table 2.

The report includes filters for: date, site number, material, and Sh. I'm having trouble creating a measure that will count the values ​​of in from the last row until it encounters the value of out. Out means the end of counting lines. Here, for my photo, the measure result should be 7.

Can it be solved with one measure?

Thank you in advance for your help.

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@ewelinag17 Can you explain where the 7 is coming from? I can't figure out the logic to get 7. Is it the lines that are "in" and less than the Indeks of the "out"? If so, it should be something like:

``````Measure =
VAR __Indeks = MAXX(FILTER('Table',[in/out]="out"),[Indeks])
RETURN
COUNTROWS(FILTER('Table',[Indeks]<__Indeks && [in/out]="in"))``````

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