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Mahdi1366
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How to Count Users with Multiple Mourse Completions?

Hi team,

 

I need to count people who are compliant with all courses that our company offers to them. Anyone who completes all courses is compliant, others are not. 

For example, let's say we have 5 courses for 4 users, and the first three courses are requirements to become compliant. How should I code it?

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Sorry, if it's an easy question. I can think of it in an algorithmic way, but not sure how to write it in DAX. Appreciate your suggestions. 

1 ACCEPTED SOLUTION

First, create a calculated column

Count = 
IF ( 'Table'[Course] IN { "C1", "C2", "C2" } && 'Table'[Completed] = "No", 1 )

 

Then create this measure:

Compliant = 
SUMX (
    SUMMARIZE (
        'Table',
        'Table'[Name],
        "CountNo",
            CALCULATE (
                 sum('Table'[Count]),
                ALLEXCEPT ( 'Table', 'Table'[Name] )
                
            )
    ),
    IF ( [CountNo] = BLANK (), 1 )
)

 

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Mahdi1366
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Thank you @danextian, but it's not working. 

It returns Blank. 

I was expecting the code to count the YESs and distinct-count every name that is equal to 3 (in this example). With the filter on C4 and C5 that are irrelevant courses.

Hi @Mahdi1366 ,

 

My understanding is any [Name] that has [Completed] = No is non-compliant so if count of no of a name is blank, should be compliant.  The  original logic showed  the total on a per name basis but not as a whole. Please try this instead.

Compliant =
SUMX (
    SUMMARIZE (
        'Table',
        'Table'[Name],
        "CountNo",
            CALCULATE (
                COUNTROWS ( 'Table' ),
                ALLEXCEPT ( 'Table', 'Table'[Name] ),
                'Table'[Completed] = "No"
            )
    ),
    IF ( [CountNo] = BLANK (), 1 )
)

 






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@danextian You could be right that every [name] with [completed] = No is non-compliant IF there were no irrelevant courses. In the above example, Name A is compliant although A has not completed course C4. 
* To be compliant, you only need to complete C1, C2, and C3.

First, create a calculated column

Count = 
IF ( 'Table'[Course] IN { "C1", "C2", "C2" } && 'Table'[Completed] = "No", 1 )

 

Then create this measure:

Compliant = 
SUMX (
    SUMMARIZE (
        'Table',
        'Table'[Name],
        "CountNo",
            CALCULATE (
                 sum('Table'[Count]),
                ALLEXCEPT ( 'Table', 'Table'[Name] )
                
            )
    ),
    IF ( [CountNo] = BLANK (), 1 )
)

 

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danextian
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Hi @Mahdi1366 ,

 

Try this:

 

Compliant =
VAR CountOfNo =
    CALCULATE (
        COUNTROWS ( 'Table' ),
        ALLEXCEPT ( 'Table', 'Table'[Name] ),
        'Table'[Completed] = "No"
    )
RETURN
    CALCULATE (
        DISTINCTCOUNT ( 'Table'[Name] ),
        FILTER ( 'Table', CountOfNo = BLANK () )
    )





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