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Kristian_nho
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Filter out data in a measure without using the FILTER expression

Hello,

 

I have written a measure that distinct counts customers if they have positive Sales data:

 

Customer Count =

CALCULATE(
         DISTINCTCOUNTCustomer[Customer ID] ),
         FILTERSalesTable [NetSales] )
)
 
--NetSales is a measure that simply sums up the Net Sales
This measure gives me the correct information but it tends to exceed the available resources in a matrix visual.
Is there a way to rewrite this measure by not using the FILTER expression in order to improve performance?
 
Thank you in advance.
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amitchandak
Super User
Super User

@Kristian_nho , Try like

 

CALCULATE(
Countx(filter( values( Customer[Customer ID] ), [NetSales] > 0 ),[Customer ID]
))

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amitchandak
Super User
Super User

@Kristian_nho , Try like

 

CALCULATE(
Countx(filter( values( Customer[Customer ID] ), [NetSales] > 0 ),[Customer ID]
))

Perfect, that worked like a charm. Thank you

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