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Helper II

## I want a Dax query to find the minimum and maximum value of the items

I have a list of items, i want a dax quey that can give me the Minimum and the Maximum Count

 Items Item Count Apple 1 Orange 1 Grape 1 Apple 1 Watermelon 1 Apple 1 Orange 1 Grape 1 Apple 1

so here the Max count would be apple with count 4 and minimum would be watermelon with count 1

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Helper IV

Hi Sonali,

Here's how you can write the DAX expressions for these measures:

Max Count = MAXX(SUMMARIZE('YourTable', 'YourTable'[Items], "Count", COUNT('YourTable'[Items])), [Count])

Min Count = MINX(SUMMARIZE('YourTable', 'YourTable'[Items], "Count", COUNT('YourTable'[Items])), [Count])

Helper IV

Hi Sonali,

Here's how you can write the DAX expressions for these measures:

Max Count = MAXX(SUMMARIZE('YourTable', 'YourTable'[Items], "Count", COUNT('YourTable'[Items])), [Count])

Min Count = MINX(SUMMARIZE('YourTable', 'YourTable'[Items], "Count", COUNT('YourTable'[Items])), [Count])

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