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Helper I

## Count comma in same cell

Hi guys,

I have one collumn with location

My collumn:

 LOCATION PORTUGAL SPAIN SPAIN PORTUGAL SPAIN SPAIN SPAIN PORTUGAL SPAIN ITALY ITALY FRANCE FRANCE

My measure to calculate the number of countries

MEASURELOCATION= calculate(counta('Table1'[Coluna1]),Filter(Table1,Table1[LOCATION]="SPAIN"))

The result is: 6
If i have the country and city in same cell it's possible to count?

tABLE LIKE:
 LOCATION PORTUGAL,LISBON SPAIN,MADRID SPAIN,BARCELONA PORTUGAL,LISBON SPAIN,SEVILHA SPAIN,MADRID SPAIN,BARCELONA PORTUGAL,LISBON SPAIN,BARCELONA ITALY,ROMA ITALY,ROMA FRANCE,PARIS FRANCE,PARIS

It's possible to count example: quantity of MADRID ?

Best regards,

1 ACCEPTED SOLUTION
Solution Sage

Hi @a10703,

The simplest way of doing it is to simply add the location column to the table and change the aggregation to "Count". This will give you a count of each city.

However, if your requirement is to specifically create measures, you can create one like below :

COUNTROWS(
FILTER(
Locations,
)
)

You can modify this measure as per your requirement. Currently it is specific for Madrid but you can have a single measure to compute counts of each location as well.

Kind regards,

Rohit

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Community Support

Hi @a10703 ,

``````MEASURELOCATION =
CALCULATE (
COUNTROWS ( Table1 ),
FILTER ( Table1, SEARCH ( "MADRID", Table1[LOCATION], 1, BLANK () ) > 0 )
)``````

If the problem is still not resolved, please provide detailed error information or the expected result you expect. Let me know immediately, looking forward to your reply.
Best Regards,
Winniz
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Helper I

Hey @v-kkf-msft ,

I need to count only by line not to all example

In this case i need measure for madrid and other for spain because in the same cell i can have more than 1: example: SPAIN,MADRID,BARCELONA,MADRID

Best regards and thanks for help

Solution Sage

Hi @a10703,

The simplest way of doing it is to simply add the location column to the table and change the aggregation to "Count". This will give you a count of each city.

However, if your requirement is to specifically create measures, you can create one like below :

COUNTROWS(
FILTER(
Locations,
)
)

You can modify this measure as per your requirement. Currently it is specific for Madrid but you can have a single measure to compute counts of each location as well.

Kind regards,

Rohit