I am using the formula below in an attempt to count the number of rows in a table that contain a value of "Pass" in a specific column, but this appears to be giving me a count of all the rows in the table - reguardless of the value the column contains. What am I doing wrong?
Thanks, in advance!
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Measure = CALCULATE(COUNTAX(Samples,Samples[AnalysisResults]),Samples[AnalysisResults]="Pass")
Great stuff, but a quick question. Instead of using "Pass" (which is as string), what do I do If I want to use a column value? Here's what I'm trying to do:
Table 1 has repetitive text values in one column, I created Table 2, with the simple formula "DISTINCT ('Table 1' [Column 1])": this gave me all unique values of Table 1/column 1 onto Table 2/Column 1.
Col 1 (unique)
Now, I'm trying to add column 2 to Table 2, and in this column 2, I want the values to count how many times did each name occur in Table 1.
Thanks for your help
WOW!! That was very smart & fast, thanks so much for your help. One last thing, so now if I want to go one step further & create a new table 3 with the unique frequencies. Example:
Column 1 Column 2 = COUNTROWS(RELATEDTABLE(Table1))
Column 1 (Unique) Column2
Any idea how I can do this, thanks again for your quick response & help.
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