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NCPowerBI
Helper I
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Formula for getting a Distinct count while filtering for values that are less than 0

I need a new measure formula for getting a distinct count of "IDs" while filtering for values on "Profit" that are less than 0 and adding a filter for "New" in the Used/New field so it only pulls those values. For some reason I'm getting errors with the > when I use the calculate function.

 

Thanks for any help you can provide!

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Sahir_Maharaj
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Hello @NCPowerBI.,

 

Here's a measure formula that should give you the distinct count of IDs:

DistinctCountIDs = 
CALCULATE(
    DISTINCTCOUNT(Table[ID]),
    FILTER(
        Table,
        Table[Profit] < 0 && Table[Used/New] = "New"
    )
)

 

Let me know if you have any further questions.

 


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Hi Sahir, for whatever reason it's still giving me an issue. It's not giving me any values when I put it on the view. I neglected to mention above, there are two different fields I am filtering for at the end - "New" and "Non". Let me know your thoughts!

 

Negative Volume =
CALCULATE(
    DISTINCTCOUNT('Hist Orig Profit Query'[UIID]),
    FILTER(
        'Hist Orig Profit Query',
        'Hist Orig Profit Query'[Profit] < 0 && 'Hist Orig Profit Query'[Class] = "New" & 'Hist Orig Profit Query'
[Class] = "Non"
    ))

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