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Count qualified employees based on their distinct or common training

Hi everyone,

 

I have two tables as the screenshot below. I have created a measure that counts the qualified employees based on their training results.

 

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The measure to count the qualified employees

 

 

Qulaified Employees = CALCULATE(DISTINCTCOUNT(Table1[Employee]),FILTER(Table1,[Pass or not]="Pass"))

 

 

My issue is whenever there is a common training between 2 different qualifications, the measure doubles the counts of the qualified employees.

 

As you can see in the screenshot, I have no employee who is qualified for ( qualification4 ) though it's counting as one due to the common training between qualification1 and qualification4, I'm trying to make a measure which does this dynamically and not hard coded.

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v-kelly-msft
Community Support
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Hi @Anonymous ,

 

What Greg suggested works,here is the related .pbix file you can refer to .

 

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Best Regards,
Kelly
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v-kelly-msft
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Community Support

Hi @Anonymous ,

 

What Greg suggested works,here is the related .pbix file you can refer to .

 

Annotation 2020-04-06 122052.png

 

Best Regards,
Kelly
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Greg_Deckler
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Perhaps something like this:

 

Qualified Employees = 
  VAR __Table = FILTER('Table1',[Pass or not]="Pass")
  VAR __Trainings = SELECTCOLUMNS(__Table,"__Training",[Training name])
  VAR __Employees = SELECTCOLUMNS(__Table,"__Employees",[Employee])
  VAR __Qualifications = 
    ADDCOLUMNS(
      'Qualifications'
      "__In",IF('Qualifications'[Training Name] IN __Trainings,"Yes","No")
    )
RETURN
  IF(
    COUNTROWS(FILTER(__Qualifications,[__In] = "No"))>0,
    BLANK(),
    COUNTROWS(DISTINCT(__Employees))

 

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