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NPR
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How to get specific values of each project ?

Hi Guys, I am new to powerBi ! 

I show my requirements below.............! please check them up

This is my table..... Here each project has separate headcount values itself. For example, Project A -> 8  Project B -> 1 

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I need a cloumn like this 

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How to create by dax query ? 

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NPR
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 This is the correct solution for it Smiley Very Happy

ProjectWithheadCount = CALCULATE(DISTINCTCOUNT(sourceTable[headcount]), ALLEXCEPT(sourceTable, sourceTable[Project])) 

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NPR
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 This is the correct solution for it Smiley Very Happy

ProjectWithheadCount = CALCULATE(DISTINCTCOUNT(sourceTable[headcount]), ALLEXCEPT(sourceTable, sourceTable[Project])) 

Anonymous
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Hi @NPR 

Look at countrows(), with earlier() Filter.

Good luck!
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