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bdehning
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Getting a 0 and not blank

I have the following measure but some rows return a blank instead of a 0 if there were no results?

 

Claim Count Open = CALCULATE(COUNT(LossRunToExcel[Claim Number]),LossRunToExcel[Claim Status] <> "Closed")

 

Is there a way to introduce "0" if there is no count for a row?

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samdthompson
Memorable Member
Memorable Member

Hello, something like this should fix it:

=CALCULATE(COUNT(LossRunToExcel[Claim Number]),LossRunToExcel[Claim Status] <> "Closed")+0

 

cheers,

// if this is a solution please mark as such. Kudos always appreciated.

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JasserBI
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Hello bdehing,

 

Try with COALESCE formula. It should solve it by giving a "0" in case there is not data. For your case, the final formula would be:

 

Claim Count Open = COALESCE(CALCULATE(COUNT(LossRunToExcel[Claim Number]),LossRunToExcel[Claim Status] <> "Closed"),0)

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JasserBI
Frequent Visitor

Hello bdehing,

 

Try with COALESCE formula. It should solve it by giving a "0" in case there is not data. For your case, the final formula would be:

 

Claim Count Open = COALESCE(CALCULATE(COUNT(LossRunToExcel[Claim Number]),LossRunToExcel[Claim Status] <> "Closed"),0)

Thank you.  What if I need to do the same thing for Conditional or Custom Columns, if there is no measure involved.  

Hello @bdehning,

 

In that case there would be still a DAX expression so you could apply them too. In the case of Conditional columns, one option would be to apply the condition for all of them being " " to change to 0 value. For custom columns the same.

samdthompson
Memorable Member
Memorable Member

Hello, something like this should fix it:

=CALCULATE(COUNT(LossRunToExcel[Claim Number]),LossRunToExcel[Claim Status] <> "Closed")+0

 

cheers,

// if this is a solution please mark as such. Kudos always appreciated.

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