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LostPBIUser
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Count of Customers in Hierarchy

Hi, I am simply trying to get a count of customers to show the same as the parent line. Below is what I have. What I want to have happen is every customer number below ID 6 to be equal to 16 instead of 1. The same thing would apply to all the other IDs as well. So ID 2 would have every customer number below it as 74 for example.

 

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Hi @LostPBIUser ,

 

Try this measure:

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CALCULATE ( [Customer Count], ALLEXCEPT ( data, data[ID] ) )

This calculates the count of customers per ID.










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That didn't work. It still shows '1' for each individual customer id when expanded on. I need for it to show '16' on each individual customer.

Hi @LostPBIUser ,

 

It should work unless there are peculiarities in your model that makes it not work or you're using the wrong columns. Please see sample pbix.

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