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## Grouping a List of Values and Counting it as 1, otherwise 0

Hello.  I am fairly new to Power Bi and am struggling with how to do this.  I would like to group a list of values for a customer based on a field in my table.  If the table shows the customer has every value, I would like to show a 1; otherwise show a 0.

EX:  Customer ID         Value

1                     Dog

1                     Cat

1                     Bird

1                     Rabbit

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Anonymous
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I found a solution by creating a measure using the Calculate, Count and Filter functions:

TestID = IF (CALCULATE(
COUNT(Query2[ID]),
FILTER(
Query2,
)
) = 5,1,0)

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Community Support

Hi @Anonymous ,

>>If the table shows the customer has every value, I would like to show a 1; otherwise show a 0.

I am not sure what desired result would you want, could you please share your sample data and desired output screenshots for further analysis? You can also upload sample pbix to OneDrive and post the link here. Do mask sensitive data before uploading.

Best Regards,

Amy

Anonymous
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Here is the column I created:  TestID = IF(([BadgeName]="Test East" && [BadgeName] IN {"Test East","BB","MD","NEP","NJ"}),1,0)

Here is the outputPROBLEM:  1111997 is showing a 1 because it matches 1 of the values in the IN statement.  It should show a 0 because it doesn't match ALL of the values in the IN statement.  How can I fix this?  Thanks!

Anonymous
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I found a solution by creating a measure using the Calculate, Count and Filter functions:

TestID = IF (CALCULATE(
COUNT(Query2[ID]),
FILTER(
Query2,
)
) = 5,1,0)

Super User

Hi @Anonymous

Here is my table.

Create a measure, place it on a matrix that has the list of customers as follows. The picture has the measure as well. Cust 1 owns all Cust 2 does not.

The table is Cust Own

If this solves your issue, please mark this as the solution. Kudos are nice too!

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