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## How to filter and calculate the total of the required value

Good day,

we have a list of data as below:

We would like to filter the y status and calculate the total Y and n and display in the dashboard

 Code Status 507af44e55e76305da17f0349c47254e n a8f5985ba2ac6f33787015b7ca1e44e4 y 7b1966b4648969cb817952344e1e58b7 y 203e99e59f1cbc6c9e777658436af305 n 0af6270178d703c78089efa7f32b96a3 y 59129e6d4d5dbb6bd9f4b29c22c40016 n 7a7f2bcc8fdbfa6c2bd28c49a11601f7 n

Result required would be:

Status y = 3

Status n = 4

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Anonymous
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If all codes are unique: [measure] = countrows( T ). If not, then [measure] = distinctcount( T[Code] ).

Then just slice by the relevant atttributes.

Community Support

Hi @Anonymous

You could create a measure

Count by Status = COUNT('Table'[Code])

or

Count by Status = COUNT('Table'[Status])

Regards,
Community Support Team _ Jing
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Community Support

Hi @Anonymous

You could create a measure

Count by Status = COUNT('Table'[Code])

or

Count by Status = COUNT('Table'[Status])

Regards,
Community Support Team _ Jing
If this post helps, please Accept it as the solution to help other members find it.

Anonymous
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If all codes are unique: [measure] = countrows( T ). If not, then [measure] = distinctcount( T[Code] ).

Then just slice by the relevant atttributes.

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