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Bucketing on Aggregate measures

I am looking to bucket on aggregated measures:


I have a dataset like


State, County, City, Winery

OR, multhnoma, portland, abc

OR, multhnoma, portland, bcd

OR, multhnoma, portland, cde

ME, cumberland, portland, xyz

ME, cumberland, portland, zyx

CA, Santaclara, sunnyvale, abc

CA, Santaclara, sunnyvale,bcd

CA, Santaclara, sunnyvale, cde

TX, dallas, sunnyvale, xyz



I am looking: for


City_Buckets, #of_wineries

Top 10, 3

Top 20, 5



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Community Support

Hi @sks0145 ,


As Mark said, the given dataset cannot be calculated for Top 10, 3 and Top 20, 5. Can you further describe your requirements so that I can answer them for you as soon as possible.

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Looking forward to your reply.

Best Regards,


Super User
Super User

Hi @sks0145 ,


Can you please elaborate a little better on how you are getting this calculation? On your dataset you present 9 values but then you get top 10 - 3 and top 20 - 5 even if I do a count of your mockup data I get 5 differente winnerys.


Is the measure only the count of the wineries? Is this count based on the count per city only?


If you can provide a little more insigth on the final result would be appreciated.


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