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cottrera
Post Prodigy
Post Prodigy

Multiple count if

Hi 

 

I need to use dax to carry out a count if function. I have a property safety table and need to count the number of properties where the 'Cert has expired' column says 'Expired' however I also need to ingore (subtract) and properties where the 'Status' column says 'Works Completed' 

 

I have attached an example of the table for which the result I expect is 6

 

RefStatusHas certificate expired
377Works CompletedExpired
212 Expired
145 Expired
238 Expired
249 Expired
98Works CompletedIn date
286Works CompletedIn date
106Works CompletedExpired
115Job ScheduledIn date
261 In date
179 In date
346 In date
254Works CompletedExpired
209 Expired
76Job ScheduledExpired
315Job ScheduledIn date
226 In date
80Works CompletedIn date
50Works CompletedIn date

thank you

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amitchandak
Super User
Super User

Try

calculate(count(table1[Ref]),filter(table1,table1[Has certificate expired]='Expired' && table1[Status]!='Works Completed'))

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amitchandak
Super User
Super User

Try

calculate(count(table1[Ref]),filter(table1,table1[Has certificate expired]='Expired' && table1[Status]!='Works Completed'))
Anonymous
Not applicable

Hi,

 

You could use something like below.

 

Table_Expr:= SUMMARIZE(FILTER(Table, Table[Status]<>"Works Completed"), Table[Has certificate expired], "Count", COUNT(Table[Has certificate expired]))

Best Regards,
Vignesh M

If what I suggested worked for you feel free to Drop a "Kudos" and Consider to "Accept as Solution" if I solved your Issue 🙂

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