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christinek
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Count rows of a filtered table

I have a filtered table which looks like this (filtered on value > $5000):

 

ManagerClient NameValue
Johna $        5,300
Johnb $        5,200
Davidc $        6,500
Davidd $        6,200
Davide $        5,800
Colinf $        7,000

 

I want a CARD value to show 6 in this example which is the count of the rows.

 

I have tried adding a MEASURE using COUNTROWS, but not really sure how to add it correctly to factor in the filter if necessessary.

 

And to complicate it, the "Value" which the table is filtered on is from a different Data table to "Manager" and "Client". I am not sure if this will impact the solution. 

 

Any help appreciated.

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abpgupta
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Count1 = CALCULATE(COUNTROWS('Table'), 'Table'[Column3] >= 5000)

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Ashish_Mathur
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Hi,

Assuming Value is a measure that you have already written, write this measure

Measure = countrows(filter(generate(values(managers[manager]),values(clients[client]))),[Value]>5000)

Hope this helps.


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Ashish Mathur
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abpgupta
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Count1 = CALCULATE(COUNTROWS('Table'), 'Table'[Column3] >= 5000)

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