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NithinBN
Helper II
Helper II

Count value between 2 tables

Hello,

I have a student and dept table like this having cordinality (1 to *), meaning a student can be part of multiple department. 

NithinBN_0-1674183228954.png

How can I find out which all students are linked to a department(count students having link\registered  to department )

 

Thanks you!

 

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amitchandak
Super User
Super User

@NithinBN , Use these measures to find students not linked. Plot M2 with Student name

 

M1= Countrows([Department])

 

M2= Countx(Values(Student[ID]), if( Isblank([M1]), [ID], blank()) )

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amitchandak
Super User
Super User

@NithinBN , Use these measures to find students not linked. Plot M2 with Student name

 

M1= Countrows([Department])

 

M2= Countx(Values(Student[ID]), if( Isblank([M1]), [ID], blank()) )

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