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Count duplicates and power according to date range

Hello everyone, I am new to pbi and I have a doubt that I have not been able to solve for days. I have a table as follows:

nombre_ID | SN | date

S-YB90 001101

J-DS88 10101

S-YB90 001101

S-YB90 102133

and I have to count how many times it repeats nombre_ID = S-YB90 but if the SN is different, so in this example they are 2 times

With the following I have been able to tell it:

But the problem with this formula is that if I apply a slicer filter for example by date, it still throws me the duplicate total of the table and not the date range I select.
Do you have any suggestions?

Good morning!
consultation... Were you able to segment the date and have it taken for you?


Hi, thank you for your time in responding, but I still have problems.

Both cases that point to me I can not make my table show the way I want.

It turns out that when changing the filter by date, it is always showing me the values of the total number of times that RegistrationNumber is repeated as long as it has a different S/N.

in the following table I manage to do something, just show the number of times RegistrationNumber is repeated as long as it has a different S/N, by applying the filter in a date range. But now, I want it to be displayed when the totals are greater than 1. if you see in the last column "RegistrationNumber count" they give me the totals but when I put it to be greater than 1 I do not get anything, I understand why to display the result in each S / N equal to 1 ...


So what I want to achieve now is to be able to remove the values that are in "RegistrationNumber Count" < 2


Super User
Super User


To your Table visual, drag Nombre_ID and this measure

Measure = distinctcount(Data[SN])

Hope this helps.

Ashish Mathur
Super User
Super User

@Syndicate_Admin , Try like

CALCULATE(COUNT(IMEI_Duplicados[SN]),filter(allselected(IMEI_Duplicados) ,IMEI_Duplicados[nombre_ID] = max(IMEI_Duplicados[nombre_ID])))

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