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CrazyExcelor
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Conditional Measures - Different Conditions

Hi everyone,

I am new Power Bi learner, 

 

I am facing an issue while creating a measure such that, I am having table - "Data Dump"

For countries IN, KR, CN, the meaure should reflect their respective count of docs 

and for countries TW, SG, TH, measure should reflect there respective distinct count of docs.

 

My Effort:

DocCount = CALCULATE(IF('Data Dump'[Country] = "IN" || "KR" || "CN", COUNT('Data Dump'[Doc]), DISTINCTCOUNT('Data Dump'[Doc]))

 

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v-diye-msft
Community Support
Community Support

Hi @CrazyExcelor 

 

Try this one:

DocCount = 
IF (
    MAX('Data Dump'[Country]) IN { "IN", "KR", "CN" },
   COUNT ( 'Data Dump'[Doc] ),
    DISTINCTCOUNT ( 'Data Dump'[Doc] )
)

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v-diye-msft
Community Support
Community Support

Hi @CrazyExcelor 

 

Try this one:

DocCount = 
IF (
    MAX('Data Dump'[Country]) IN { "IN", "KR", "CN" },
   COUNT ( 'Data Dump'[Doc] ),
    DISTINCTCOUNT ( 'Data Dump'[Doc] )
)

09.PNG

Pbix attached, 

Community Support Team _ Dina Ye
If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more
quickly.

May I know, why you have used max here ?

Hi @CrazyExcelor 

 

That's to specify the current value in the column. 

 

Community Support Team _ Dina Ye
If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more
quickly.
amitchandak
Super User
Super User

@CrazyExcelor , Try like

DocCount = CALCULATE(IF('Data Dump'[Country] in { "IN" , "KR" , "CN"}, COUNT('Data Dump'[Sales Document]), DISTINCTCOUNT('Data Dump'[Sales Document])))

Issue I am facing is, IF is not taking non measure column as a value .. it's not detecting 'Data Dump'[Country]

jdbuchanan71
Super User
Super User

@CrazyExcelor 

Try this.

 

DocCount =
IF (
    'Data Dump'[Country] IN { "IN", "KR", "CN" },
    COUNT ( 'Data Dump'[Sales Document] ),
    DISTINCTCOUNT ( 'Data Dump'[Sales Document] )
)

 

 

Issue I am facing is, IF is not taking non measure column as a value .. it's not detecting 'Data Dump'[Country]

 

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