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How to create PowerBI measures to show this in a Card



Pin 010766.01 (I like the PowerBI Card visual to show these below)

There is a total of 6 Projects in this PIN : 010766.01 (est_seq_global) 

There is a total of 3 projects for Form 44 (from st_seq_type) and 3 projects forPreliminary Estimate (est_seq_type)

Form 44 is currently in PHASE- 2 (From the PhaseCDE) and Preliminary Estimate is currently in PHASE - 3 (PhaseCDE)

I tried several counts measure but can get one but not all. Data is from SQL... Any advise? Thanks

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Something like this I tried a few variations. How do I modify the code to capture the split of occurences of Type Code in 2 separate tasks of Form 44 and Preliminary Estimate?

Current_Phase_PPRM_History =
VAR CheckboxValues =
        ", "
    FORMAT(COUNT('PPRM_History'[PHASECDE]), "#,##0") & " Projects"
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How can I do this if lets say the Pin are the same but there are 2 Form 44 and 2 Preliminary Estimate in the same Type Code Column. See this.. that is the problem I am having.. In any of the column, I want to say for this PIN there are a total of 4 (EST_SEQ_GLOBAL) - represents project and of which 2 are Form 44 and 2 arePreliminary Estimate in 2 seperate visual or even as 1 multi card visual.Capture5.PNG


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@AuditTest Thanks for posting your query.


Ideally, for every value (count/sum) that you want to show, would be a measure. For example, to show Count of 6 projects under PIN: 010766.01, you need to write a measure which will count the projects.

Project Count = CALCULATE( COUNT('Table'[ColumnName], Pin = SELECTEDVALUE('Table'[PIN]))

To display the values, you can you Single Card Visual / Multi Card Visual based on your report / dashboard presentation.

Hope this answers your question.


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