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## Dax

Hi everyone,

My dataset is like this:

Account               Date              Value

A                          31/12/2022     \$200

B                          31/12/2022      \$300

C                          31/12/2022      \$100

A                          31/12/2021     \$700

B                          31/12/2021      \$400

C                          31/12/2021      \$200

I need to sum, for example, only the values A and C for the 2022. What's the best way or DAX expression to do this?

Thanks you for helping me!!

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Community Support

Hi, @Vegas95 ;

I've made a little modification here.

``Sum of A + C = CALCULATE(SUM([Value]),FILTER('Table', YEAR([Date])=2022 && ([Account] ="A" || [Account] ="C")))``

Or

``Sum of A + C = CALCULATE(SUM([Value]),FILTER('Table', YEAR([Date])=2022 && ([Account] in {"A" ,"C"})))``

The final show:

Best Regards,
Community Support Team _ Yalan Wu
If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

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Community Support

Hi, @Vegas95 ;

I've made a little modification here.

``Sum of A + C = CALCULATE(SUM([Value]),FILTER('Table', YEAR([Date])=2022 && ([Account] ="A" || [Account] ="C")))``

Or

``Sum of A + C = CALCULATE(SUM([Value]),FILTER('Table', YEAR([Date])=2022 && ([Account] in {"A" ,"C"})))``

The final show:

Best Regards,
Community Support Team _ Yalan Wu
If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

Helper II

@Vegas95  Try this dax to create a measure :

Sum of A + C = CALCULATE(SUM([Value]),YEAR([Date])=2022 && [Account] ="A" || [Account] ="C")