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Anonymous
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Filter the same table two times with item slicer

Hi community,

 

I have two tables

People table:

People namePeople id
Amy001
Peter002
Paul003

 

Poject table:

People IDproject ID
001XX
001YY
001ZZ
002XX
002YY
003ZZ
004ZZ
004QQ

 

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I connected two tables with one to many relationship by People ID.

 

My task is that once the people name is selected in the slicer, I need to calculate number of people participate in the same project.

 

For example, If I select Amy in the slicer, Amy participated in Project XX, YY and ZZ, and I see people ID 002, 003, 004 also participated in the projects that Amy has participated in, so the total number of people partcipated in Amy's project are 4 (001, 002, 003, 004).

 

I tried to extract the list of project that Amy has partcipanted in with below measure

 

 

Number of related project = 
var selectedPeople = SELECTEDVALUE(People[People Name])
return
    calculate(
        distinctcount(project[project ID]),
        People[People Name] = selectedPeople 
    )

 

 

This measure only count the number of projects Amy has partcipating.

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The question is how to distinct count the number of people who share the same project with selected people in slicer?

 

 

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amitchandak
Super User
Super User

@Anonymous , In sunc case prefer to use an independent people table

 

Number of related project =
var _tab = summzarize(filter(project, project[People ID] in SELECTEDVALUE(People[People ID])), [Project ID]
return
calculate(
distinctcount(project[project ID]),filter( project, project[Project ID] in _tab))

 

or when joined

 

Number of related project =
var _tab = summzarize(filter(project, project[People ID] in SELECTEDVALUE(People[People ID])), [Project ID]
return
calculate(
distinctcount(project[project ID]),filter( project, project[Project ID] in _tab), removefilter(People) )

Anonymous
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Hi @amitchandak,

 

Thanks for replying. Could you explain more on two measures you provide?

I tried to create those measure, but there are syntax error in the var _tab.

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