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powerbi_9
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Create dax measure based on excel sumproduct

Hi, 

 

I am trying to create a dax measure for the sample data attached. I could create drops based on the drop column but running into issue with the dax measure calcualtion for customers shown in the outcome. 

 

Appreciate any help on this.

 

Excel Formula:

Drops - =SUMPRODUCT(($E$2:$E$31)*($B$2:$B$31 = $H3)*($D$2:$D$31 = J$2))

 

Customers - =SUMPRODUCT(($E$2:$E$31)*($B$2:$B$31 = $H4)*($D$2:$D$31 >= J$2))+SUMPRODUCT(($E$2:$E$31)*($B$2:$B$31 = $H4)*($C$2:$C$31 >= J$2)*($C$2:$C$31 > 0))

 

Thank you

Sample DataSample DataOutcomeOutcome

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v-piga-msft
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Hi @powerbi_9,

 

If I understand your requirement correctly that you want to create the dax measure for Drops and Customers to get the outcome. 

 

For your scenario, if you want to get the outcome you share, I'm afraid you should create the column Drops and Customers in Excel or create the custom columns in Power Query Editor.

 

Then you could unpivot the columns Drops and Customers  in Power Query Editor and you will get the outcome in Power BI.

 

Dax may not achieve your requirement.

 

Best  Regards,

Cherry

Community Support Team _ Cherry Gao
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